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CNCO Drop New EP and Hot Music Video With Manuel Turizo

CNCO Know How to Keep My Heart Racing With a New EP and a Sexy Music Video Collab With Manuel Turizo

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - SEPTEMBER 21: (L-R) Zabdiel de Jesus,Erick Brian Colon, Richard Camacho, Joel Pimentel and Christopher Velez of CNCO attend the Daytime Stage at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival held at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on September 21, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada EDITORIAL USE ONLY. (Photo by Denise Truscello/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

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It's almost impossible to hear "Qué quiénes somos?" and not reply "CNCO!" at the top of our lungs lately. Our favorite guys Christopher Velez, Erick Brian Colón, Joel Pimentel, Richard Camacho, and Zabdiel de Jesús are closing this week with a bang! Not only is their new EP, conveniently titled Qué Quiénes Somos, finally out today, but they also just dropped the music video for their song "Pegao," featuring Manuel Turizo.

Before I dive into the video, I have to mention the fact that the new EP is the most personal work CNCO have done to date, as they all collaborated in the songwriting process. "We are so excited for everyone to hear our new EP, Qué Quiénes Somos," CNCO told POPSUGAR. "It's the first full project where we were extremely involved in the songwriting and producing side. We wrote about 85 percent of the EP!"

First, I need Richard to give me a rundown of the whole choreography, which, per usual, is on point, very crisp, and completely in sync. After that, I need Manuel to hold me in his arms until the end of time, because right now it seems like the only place where I'll feel safe, while Julián Turizo, who makes a special appearance as well, plays the ukulele for me.

I also need Zabdiel to look at me the exact same way he looks at his girl, Erick Brian to sing to me face to face how he does with his video love interest, Christopher to caress my chin with that same cheekiness he has when he does it to his video girlfriend, and Joel to repeat his part of the song to me a thousand times to keep my heart racing — so I can count that as my cardio activity.

If you think I'm exaggerating, you can watch the video for yourselves and draw your own conclusions, but I promise you they won't be too far off from my reaction.

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