Spanish singer Rozzano talked to People en Español about his music video "Inédito," which uncovers the pair's real-life romance.

Natti Natasha and her manager Raphy Pina make a special appearance in the music video "Inédito" by Spanish reggaetonero Rozzano, the new artist signed by Pina Records. At the end of the video, we see the Dominican singer next to Pina, revealing her real-life romance with him. Although it's been rumored for years that the reggaetonera and the Puerto Rican producer — owner of Pina Records and manager of Daddy Yankee — are in a relationship, they are now officially confirming it with People en Español.

"When I discovered how beautiful their relationship is, how much they support one another professionally and the feeling there is between them, it was inspiring," Rozzano says. Keeping their relationship a secret was only meant to protect their union. Revealing their love to the world was their idea, Rozzano says, after they felt a "special connection" to the song, which is about a secret romance.

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At the end of the clip, we see Pina come closer to Natti Natasha as he begins to play the piano and she lovingly looks up at him. Although Pina is wearing a hat and we don't see his face, his tattooed arms give away his identity. "It was a great surprise to me when Raphy came to me and said, 'I really identified with 'Inédito,'" Rozzano recalls. That's when he confessed to his manager that he'd been inspired to write the song because of his relationship with Natasha. "'Inédito' is you two,'" Rozzano, 25, says he told Raphy. "We hugged. I told my family what was happening and they couldn't believe it. It seemed like fate, it was a magical connection."

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He is grateful for Natti Natasha's generosity. "She has given me so much advice," he says about the Dominican star. "She is a great person, an excellent singer."

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Rozzano started recording reggaeton covers at age 15 and says his family, particularly his brother, motivated him to join a famous live challenge by Pina Records titled "Tienes Un Minuto," where Pina got to know new talents. Although Rozzano was nervous, he joined the call in October 2020 and the rest is history. "That live has changed my life completely, everything changed in one minute," he reflects. "The opportunity of making my own music is incredible. I would love to do a collaboration with Daddy Yankee and Natti Natasha and to continue growing."