J Balvin – 6 AM ft. Farruko

6 AM is a famous song in Spanish, sung by a popular singer from Colombia, J Balvin. The song is also featuring the Puerto Rican singer Farruko. This song was the 4th and the last single from Balvin’s first studio album in 2013, La Familia. 

The song was such a massive hit that it was nominated for Best Urban Performance and Best Urban Song during the 15th Latin Grammy Awards. In 2015, the song was honored with the Latin Rhythm Airplay Song of the Year in Billboard Latin Music Award. By 2018, the music video had received more than 1.1 billion YouTube views.

How to Download J Balvin – 6 AM ft. Farruko

You can download the song from a digital store such as Amazon Music or Apple Music – click on the Download button that is located below this review. If you like J Balvin, check out also our review of Ay Vamos. On the other hand, if you fancy Farruko, listen to the hit song Coolant.

The Song Review

J Balvin – 6 AM – the Meaning of the Lyrics

If we catch the lyrics of the song, they are in Spanish, which is not easy to understand for the ordinary person. The song is a party song that is visible from the lyrics and beat.

Through the lyrics, the singer is trying to ask the lady on her bed that he did not remember what happened the whole night. It’s a perfect 6 AM party song that you will love to listen around all the time.

A Video Interpretation of J Balvin’s 6 AM

Now let’s move to the video analysis of the song, which is the center of attraction! Seeing the video for the first time will force you to catch the music repeatedly.

The video starts with the two boys standing on the terrace with a glass of wine at 6 AM. In the next frame, a boy (J Balvin) woke up next to the lady, and he did not remember what happened the previous night. When he looked at the lady, he saw a massive snake on her body. 

The song’s theme is a party-based one with thrilling use of instrumental power. 

Have You Listened to 6 AM?

If you are a big fan of J Balvin, then you should not be missing out on checking this beautiful song sung by them. Here is the song link for you to add to your playlist.

Who Is J Balvin?

J Balvin original name is José Álvaro Osorio Balvín. Professionally, he is a famous rapper and singer from Colombia. Due to his influential music, he is also known as the “Prince of Reggaeton.” He has been one of those musical artists whose albums have remained on the best-selling charts. 

At the age of 17, he moved to the US with the dream of becoming a musical artist. He started performing in city clubs. 

Balvin has been honored with many awards throughout his successful musical journey, including 11 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 7 Latin American Music Awards, 5 MTV Music Awards, and 4 Grammy Award nominations. 

In 2014, he got the most significant break of his career by releasing the single “6 AM” and the album “Ginza.” Both peaked at the number 2 ranking on Billboard Hot Chart Latin Songs.

J Balvin - 6 AM ft. Farruko
6 AM is a song by José Álvaro Osorio Balvín (1985) who is a famous Colombian singer. It features vocals by the Puerto Rican singer Carlos Efrén Reyes Rosado (1991). Download it now.
8.5 Total Score
J Balvin - 6 AM ft. Farruko Review Summary

  • The beat and bass of the song are classic
  • It’s a perfect party song to listen to at 6 AM
  • The song is in Spanish, a language some may not understand easily
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Zubair Noor

Zubair Noor

Zubair believes music can heal hurting souls. He listens to R&B, pop, and jazz melodies frequently. The writer thinks music is similar to unraveling a fortune cookie. He is an expert at deciphering the lyrical hidden meanings by learning the artist's backstory. Favorite artists include Dua Lipa, Mariah Carey, and Adele.

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