“Ni Tu Ni Yo” is a collaboration with Cuban reggaeton group Gente De Zona, and we have to say that with JLo, they make quite the dream team! “Ni Tu Ni Yo” is an absolutely irresistible track, and we know we’ll be listening all summer lon.
And the driving reggaeton beat seems an easy in for top 40 radio. The original tune features Descemer Bueno and Zion & Lennox. A new Spanglish version features Sean Paul and is impacting top 40 radio. Try to not sing along. "Nuestra Cancion," Snow Tha.
Swept up in the cultural river in his Compton neighborhood, by 13 Lowery had already developed an interest in reggaeton. When he moved to Perris in Riverside County in 2009, he first heard the corridos that he now specializes in — earning him his.
Two albums into their musical career, the Puerto Rican half brothers who make up the urban duo Calle 13 found themselves holding an armful of Latin Grammys and playing to packed houses worldwide. They also found they had made few friends among the biggest.
Latin alternative is only a part of the music that fills my iPod. It's also loaded with salsa, reggaeton, cumbia, American rap, pop and '60s R&B. Some are genres we rarely get to talk about on the show, but they have all informed the music we play on Alt.
Univision is set to premiere its new talent show called "La Reina De La Canción". Alejandra Espinoza is the main host of the competition that has the goal of finding the next Regional Mexican-genre diva. Lucero returns to the Spanish-language network.
Jennifer Lopez and Puerto Rican reggaetón duo Wisin Y Yandel are sharing the boricua love in the new bilingual dance song “Follow the Leader.” The “American Idol” judge provides the main vocals while Wisin Y Yandel add their reggaetón stylings in.
J Balvin is looking to change the face of music in 2016, and he's got the help of some very talented people to do it! Although, Balvin hasn't given many details on the project, the 30-year-old star isn't keeping it a secret either. The musician has been.
Los Ilegales are a Dominican trio who make merenhouse (short for merenguehouse), a subgenre combining hip-hop, dancehall, merengue, and house music pioneered in ’90s New York by Dominican Americans. While this song starts out sounding like the pop-house.
among several reggaeton artists targeted by a new anti-reggaeton campaign blasting the musical style for its misogynistic messages [via Latin Times. "Usa la razón, que la música no degrade tu condición," or "Use reason, make sure music does not.