Argentinian trap fans are in luck. Two of its most legendary figures, who have already teamed up in the past and have shown that their collaborations end up being fruitful, have come together again. They are Duki and CRO, the trap vampires, and they feature Hara-kiri.

The networks completely revolutionized this March 30 listening to the song carried by this duo which, how could it be otherwise, pays homage to trap sounds. In fact, in their lyrics, they recall the early years of their career and talk about the growth they had on the scene, now being two recognized names in the genre. “Now that we’re on the rise, everyone wants us in their life, I’m leaving with CRO and they’re watching us,” Duki says in one of his verses.

The song is also accompanied by a music video directed by Ballve. Bet on a Japanese aesthetic with neon and the predominance of red. This, along with the bars that both artists delight us with, turns viewing this project into a fascinating experience.

CRO and Duki present ‘hARAkiRi’ / Photo courtesy of Dale Play Records

But that’s not all. Hara-kiriwhose title refers to the Japanese suicide ritual by disembowelment, is the first single from Duki’s new album. This is how the Argentinian revealed it on his social networks, implying that after having fought hard with the Reggaeton Seasonthe arrival devils season.

Now Duki is touring Mexico and Central America, taking his talent to stages around the world with a show featuring a live band. For its part, CRO is also in Mexico to complete its tour and present WOWhis latest collaboration with Neo Pistea, Obie Wanshot and Lucho SSJ.

As we mentioned in the previous lines, this is not the first time that Duki and CRO have united their voices in a song. They’ve done it before in topics like she is a g, Vampires there Garbageamong others.

And you, did you hear? Hara-kiri? What do you think of the return of these two trap legends?

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