Residente worked with a new team on his upcoming album: scientists and Bad Bunny.
The rapper said he studied intensely with professors at Yale University and New York University to read brain patterns in "worms, mice, monkeys, fruit flies and even hitmaker Bad Bunny to create his second solo project," AP reported.
The Puerto Rican performer revealed that he wanted to study his brain, other people's brains and animals' brains adding that he's having a blast collaborating with the famous Benito.
"I wanted to prove to the people that even though we are different in certain ways, we can connect with each other with our brain frequencies," Residente said. "For my fan base, they are very hardcore fans and I know they don't understand why I'm collaborating with Benito even though he's huge. Because of the things that I stand for, and other stuff, the way I write lyrics, I wanted to show them that even though we're different, we can connect."
"As a human being, I like him," Residente said of the breakout star, "It was like working with a little brother."