Tony Ochoa and Aristides Burgos, who have worked for years with the 'SSS', were in charge of the video production, which they hope will be as well-liked as other Carnival songs.
The streets, homes and park of the picturesque village of Santo Domingo de Las Tablas were the ideal locations for the video shoot.
According to Burgos, they needed some 80 people, including artists, props staff and production team, for the video production, which cost around $26,000 but was mostly covered by the artists themselves, with the support of some sponsors.
Burgos added that the video will hopefully already be heard on the street by next week. Sandra explained Ochoa and Burgos had the toughest job, since they began recording very early in the morning, while she didn't have to arrive until three in the afternoon.
With her characteristic cheerfulness, Sandra said that people will enjoy the song.