“Mojaita” by J Balvin & Bad Bunny
This is a summertime beach jam that is focused primarily on J Balvin and Bad Bunny’s appreciation of pretty ladies. Indeed the track’s title, “Mojaita”, according to Genius, translates as the word “wet”. And in that regard, what the singers are mostly referring to is, as mentioned earlier, chilling on the beach and marveling at ocean-drenched, bikini-clad babes.
And although there are logically references to intimate adventures with women, that is not necessarily what “Mojaita” is about. Rather it’s more like a hookup song, as in Balvin and Bunny trying to convince these aforementioned ladies to spend time partying with them. But once they do get them into the zone, which includes the partaking of intoxicants, the goal is definitely bedroom fun.
However, this song is not all surf, sand and women. Indeed at one point the artists attempt to delve into deeper issues, such as dealing with a woman who “no longer believes in love” due to apparently being a victim of abuse.
But for the most part, this is a straight-up chillin’ song which made the album because it sounds good. And conceptually there really is not that much more to it than Balvin’s and Bad Bunny’s desire to get with pretty girls they meet at the beach.
Facts about “Mojaita”
“Mojaita” was released on 28 June 2019 by Universal Music Latino. This song was issued as part of J Balvin and Bad Bunny’s surprise collaborative album titled Oasis.
The artists added to this track to Oasis due to everyone involved being impressed with its sound. And there was a consensus that it should be the song which opens the album.
Bunny and Balvin wrote “Mojaita” along with the track’s producer, Sky Rompiendo.