Prince Royce’s Music Video Evolution, From ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘Carita de Inocente’

Prince Royce is living his best quarantine life, flaunting his silly personality on TikTok and releasing new music videos.

He’s currently making the rounds with the visuals for his singles “Me Robaste La Vida” and “Besos Mojados” off of his Alter Ego album, proving that even in the midst of a pandemic, he continues working hard.

In celebration of the urban-bachata crooner’s 31st birthday Monday (May 11), Billboard put together Royce’s music video evolution from the first time he got on the radar in 2010 to now.

The list kicks off with Royce’s Spanglish bachata take on Ben E. King’s classic “Stand By Me,” where he’s seen rocking his signature beret hat and sunglasses that distinguished his style.

It then travels through Royce’s transition from bachata to urban and back, from his Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull-assisted 2015 track “Back It Up” to the romantic bachata “Deja Vu” with Shakira and from his 2018 “El Clavo” with Maluma to his latest “Carita de Inocente.”

“Stand By Me” (2010)

“Corazon Sin Cara” (2010)

“El Amor Que Perdimos” (2011)

“Las Cosas Pequeñas” (2012)

“Incondicional” (2012)

“Darte Un Beso” (2013)

“Te Robare” (2014)

“Back It Up” (2015)

“La Carretera” (2016)

“Deja vu” ft. Shakira (2017)

“El Clavo” ft. Maluma (2018)

“Adicto” ft. Marc Anthony (2018)

“Curame” ft. Manuel Turizo (2019)

“Morir Solo” (2019)

“Carita de Inocente” (2020)

Per: Billboard

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