Billboard spoke with 10 new ... 12th week at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs. Gente de Zona founder Alexander Delgado and his current collaborator, former timba group Charanga Habanera singer Randy Malcom, infuse reggaeton’s typical dancehall roots with Cuban.
Then he showed why music videos ... get another reggaeton A-lister for the last day with Nicky Jam. Like Yankee, Jam showcased a rapid-fire flow. But Jam illustrated a greater range of talent Sunday. He performed the Rasta-inspired “De Pies a Cabeza.
Warning: The videos discussed in this article ... ver volverse un poco loca en "Atrévete-te-te.". A pesar de su amor por Green Day, afirma, en algún rincón de su ser existe una fanática del reggaeton: "Yo sé que a tí te gusta el punk rock latino.
But he’s got a good reason to be tired: The 28-year-old just wrapped a video shoot with Chris Brown in L.A., and ... Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, two established Puerto Rican artists, released a reggaeton-meets-pop earworm so catchy that when Justin.
Perhaps taken by surprise, Residente stewed for a couple of days, releasing some DIY videos on YouTube threatening revenge. Finally, he released “Mis Disculpas” (“My Apologies”), a tour de force with beats from Trooko, an L.A. producer whose.
In fact, the music that comes from the Reggaeton and Latin-pop group out of Bergen County ... Their most-recent release is a single called “Vamonos De Viaje,” which is available on YouTube and all digital platforms. The group’s previous two singles.
Reggaeton is a music genre, which is a blend of the common Jamaican reggae with other Latin genres such as salsa and Latin hip hop. Literally, "videos de reggaeton" is a Spanish phrase meaning "videos of reggaeton" and would be a typical search term for.
During a joint conversation with the magazine, ahead of the 2107 Latin Billboard Music Awards on April 27, journalist Leila Cobo mentioned that both artists had “largely avoided objectifying women in lyrics and video, which is common in reggaetón.”.
In a couple of weeks, he’ll perform two shows at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in San Juan, Puerto Rico’s biggest indoor concert arena.) “Odisea” takes reggaeton as a jumping-off point, but doesn’t stay there. It includes collaborations with J.
Reggaeton was originally spread through Latin America a decade ago by Puerto Rican artists such as Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, and Wisin y Yandel. Lyrics are not always as explicitly sexual as in this Daddy Yankee classic, but videos do tend to feature.