"Veneno," is revitalizing journey compared to the average music videos that are out there today. It doesn't take any cheap routes with sleazy scene or flashy flexes. Instead, it sweeps up those who watch with well-scripted scenes and a carefully crafted design that feels-good overall. Gian Varela has an incredible hustle that has many labeling him as a leader within the electronic music scene within Latin America. There are few that have climbed to the level he is at today - let alone maintaining this notoriety consistently. The song features many different elements that, if previously familiar to Gian Varela, would be easy to see the influences of his music channel in this release.
Made alongside Steve Andreas, "Veneno," showcases a memorable theme easy to return to. Things get personal with Felicia in the music video. She sings the bars as she moves throughout her day. Ousting a sense of optimism through the vehicle of down-to-earth mannerisms, there's something about the energy that sits you in a good mood when watching. Toward the end of the video, a back-and-forth is shown between Gian Varela and Felecia, hinting at more that may be going on between them while things still maintain a light-heartedness.