Maluma's wet and wild 'Felices Los 4' music video is a literal thirst trap
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Colombian superstar Maluma premiered the music video for "Felices Los 4" on April 21. The wet and wild clip is a literal thirst trap.

"Felices Los 4" ("Happy All Four of Us") is the lead single from Maluma's upcoming third studio album. It arrives on the heels of the successful Pretty Boy, Dirty Boy record, which featured hits like "El Perdedor" and "Sin Contrato." Maluma's latest is his most pop-inflected with Spanish guitar and reggaeton beats backing him. He's quite the crooner with a soaring voice that highlights his "Pretty Boy" side while the song's message lets the world the "Dirty Boy" is still alive and kicking. Maluma champions friends with benefits over relationships on this sunny and slick number.

In the music video for "Felices Los 4," Maluma plays a bartender taking advice from "That '70s Show" actor Wilmer Valderrama. Valderrama puts his wedding ring back on after sharing how he and his onscreen wife allow each other to get around. Maluma then flashes back to one of his flings, a beautiful woman. When they're not getting cozy in the bedroom, the two are getting hot-and-heavy in the shower. Director Jessy Terrero is an equal opportunist with the gratuitous thirst trap shots of Maluma and his lover. A surprise ending makes the "Felices" clip an affair to remember.

"Felices Los 4" is now available on iTunes and Apple Music. Maluma has not yet announced when to expect the follow-up to 2015's Pretty Boy, Dirty Boy album.