Miami's Mega 94.9 personalities will promote the Music Industry VIP Package and listeners will compete in an SMS contest by text messaging "musica" to 66066 ... After Party to meet Ritmo Tunes President, DJ Nelson. Ritmo Tunes Marketing Director, Allison.
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Reggaeton and its most gifted practitioners have come a long ... As an up-and-comer making a name for himself on the DJ Playero and The Noise mixtapes in 1990s Puerto Rico, Daddy Yankee, aka Ramón Ayala, never expected that one of his youth's greatest.
If you dance in a big enough group, maybe nobody will notice your dancing. So how about dancing with the whole of Chicago? Chicago SummerDance, that summer-long series of weekend dance nights under the stars in Grant Park, kicks off June 26. Evenings begin.
Dj TRIEF, is Francisco Faleiro, born in Redondo (Évora), started with a great taste for music, and gives his passion for dijing. His main styles are Electro House and Moombhaton. His style ranges from Pop, Reggaeton, Afro-House, House, Electro House and.
Calderón is one of today's most fascinating Puerto Rican musicians; he's responsible for some of the most danceable and sexy Spanish-language rap and reggaeton ever made. His rhymes are lean and minimalistic, with little room for silliness in his thick.
So let me give your heart a break, Theres something happen’ I can see it in your eyes, You put that smile away, Something that you cant descise, Dont wanna break your heart, you can ease the ache (the ache) So let me give your heart a break, your heart a.
The song is a remix to Balvin and William's “Voodoo Song,” an upbeat French-and-reggaeton dance track that was first released in June and considered a multicultural anthem. Similar to the original, “Mi Gente,” which means “my people” in Spanish.
He’s coming for your eardrums next with his idiosyncratic reggaeton sound. We’re living in the days of “Despacito,” and Spanish-language music is the future. J Balvin’s world takeover is imminent and we want you to be prepared. “Mi Gente” is.
According to their biography on Facebook, they are "one of the first faith-based DJ duos established to reach youth through EDM." They've spent the last two years performing throughout the U.S. at different clubs, fusing their DJ set with live singers.