Maluma releases trap trilogy of new music in 'X' mini-movie
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Colombian superstar Maluma premiered the mini-movie "X" on Nov. 24. He introduces three new trap songs in his first cinematic effort.

After dabbling in trap music on last year's "Cuatro Babys," Maluma returns to the sound on the new tracks "GPS" featuring French Montana, "Vitamina" with Arcángel and "23." He debuted all the songs from his upcoming album, F.A.M.E., in this mini-movie. "GPS" rides a bed-squeaking beat and tropical production as Maluma slides in with sweet somethings for the girl of his eye. Montana reiterates his sentiments on the sleek and sexy cut. The hypnotic "Vitamina"  gives Maluma another chance to make moves on his lady with the help of Arcángel. Finally, with "23," the reggaetonero flexes his fame and wealth on the boastful banger.

The trap trilogy of songs soundtracks Maluma's mini-movie "X" directed by frequent collaborator Jessy Terrero. The 23-year-old singer is shown from his humble beginning of first getting in music to his quick ascent to the top. A love story unfolds as does the tragic trappings of fame. "X" marks the spot for an ambitious, action-packed Maluma flick.

"GPS," "Vitamina" and "23" are now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Maluma's F.A.M.E. album is due out next year. Starting in March, he will tour the U.S. in support of the record.