Tainy, J Balvin - Agua (Music From "Sponge On The Run" Movie/Official Video)

In anticipation of the release of The Spongebob Movie: Sponge On The Run, global superstars Tainy and J.Balvin teamed up for a collaboration that is out of this world.

The Release

J. Balvin and Tainy are going under the sea with Spongebob Squarepants and the gang!

The two artists teamed up to sing "Agua" (which means water in Spanish) for the movie's soundtrack. The soundtrack includes Cyndi Lauper, Tyga and more.

Tainy, along with Lex Borrero, is serving as the executive producers for NEON16, who is sponsoring the soundtrack along with Interscope Records. Founded by the dynamic duo only last year, NEON16 experienced a ton of popularity in the Latin music department. They are now branching into the movie soundtrack industry.

The Movie We Never Knew We Needed

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge On The Run is expected to be released in theaters in 2021. It will first be made available in a digital platform during the beginning of 2021 and then make its mark to CBS All Access following the digital release phase.

This comes off the heels of the revamping of Paramount Pictures (which correlates with Paramount Animation).

Paramount Animation is coming out with more movies for viewers to look forward to: Rumble is scheduled to be in theaters in January 2021 and The Tiger's Apprentice is expected to be released in 2022.

Need more Spongebob to hold you over until then? Make sure you catch the show on Nickelodeon!

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