"El Farsante" is a reggaeton song by Puerto Rican singer Ozuna. The song was originally released as part of Ozuna's debut studio album, "Odisea," in 2017. It became one of the standout tracks from the album and gained significant popularity, especially with fans of reggaeton and Latin urban music.

The lyrics of "El Farsante" revolve around themes of love, heartbreak, and the complexities of relationships. The term "farsante" in Spanish translates to "pretender" or "faker," and the song's lyrics discuss the emotional pain caused by a partner who pretends to be something they're not.

Ozuna's smooth vocals and the catchy melody of "El Farsante" contributed to its success. The song's rhythm, typical of reggaeton, provides a danceable backdrop for its emotional lyrics.

"El Farsante" was not only well-received by fans but also received attention from music charts and streaming platforms. The song's popularity led to a remix collaboration with fellow Puerto Rican artist Romeo Santos, a prominent figure in the bachata genre. The remix version, featuring Romeo Santos, helped extend the song's reach to new audiences.

The music video for "El Farsante" features Ozuna in various emotional scenes, adding visual storytelling to the song's themes. The song's emotional resonance and relatable subject matter made it a favorite among listeners.

Ozuna's contributions to the reggaeton and Latin music scenes have solidified his position as a leading figure in the genre, and "El Farsante" is an example of his ability to connect with audiences through his music.