‘Pasado Mañana’ is the latest release from the Venezuela-born and Miami-based multi-platinum award-winning duo Mau y Ricky.  ‘Pasado Mañana’ is also the second track from their upcoming album, Hotel Caracas, via their newly launched independent label venture, Why Club Records, in partnership with Warner Music Latina.
With a fun and fresh sound and showcasing the songwriting duo’s mastery in dedicated and detailed song crafting, ‘Pasado Mañana’ is a song guaranteed to have a special place in the playlists of Latin pop lovers. This second leg of Hotel Caracas’ adventure is about the journey in good company. With a vibe of adventure and a familiar and fresh sound, Mau y Ricky brings forth a song with killer hooks, multiple vocal layers, a rock-solid beat, and lyrics that will stick in your head like glue.

The song’s music video, directed by Daniel Durán, continues the exciting road trip narrative begun with Mau y Ricky’s previous release, ‘Vas a Destrozarme.’ The visual director skillfully captures the thrill of an unknown journey, a fun and fresh ride through Venezuelan roads, perfectly synced with the theme song, setting the vibe for Mau y Ricky’s second chapter in their quest for Hotel Caracas.
Immersed in music since childhood, Mau y Ricky marked their entry in 2014, co-writing major hits for artists such as Karol G, Ricky Martin, Maluma, and Anitta. Their track record speaks volumes about their undeniable talent and influence in the music industry. In their meteoric songwriting career, they’ve collaborated with heavyweights, accumulating over 5 billion streams. Achieving multi-diamond and multi-platinum status for their albums, they boast over 4 billion streams worldwide. Notably, they penned the hit ‘Sin Pijama’ for Becky G and Natti Natasha, earning an impressive 38x-Latin Platinum and a spot on Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Reggaeton Songs of All Time.”
They teamed up with producer Malay Ho (renowned for Channel Orange and Frank Ocean’s Blonde) and mixer Manny Marroquin in this album. This project holds special significance for Mau y Ricky, marking their return to Venezuela after 15 years. They produced a captivating 15-chapter film, all shot in 16mm, to accompany this new album.
‘Pasado mañana’ is an exciting example of the duo’s vocal and songwriting talents with a natural and unique chemistry as songwriters that has captured the attention of other artists and millions of people who enjoy their music.