Maluma is a famous Colombian singer praised in Latin America for his catchy style. On the other hand, Madonna, the Queen of Pop explores with him for the very first time Reggaeton music. Both of them joined forces for a second collaborative track called “Soltera” (“Single” in English). Frankly, I didn’t like their first offer “Medellin”, however, with this new proposal they bring a club-ready rhythm to set the dancefloor on fire. Undoubtedly, the sexy “Ciao, papi” line from Madge is the best part of it. Everybody’s talking about this Spanglish duet, and I hope they drop the official video soon. If you enjoy the beat of “Soltera”, then check out Maluma’s 2019 album ‘11:11’.
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What An Amazing Spanglish Collaboration! Farrah Frostt & Mateo Drop “Work Hard, Play Harder”
Farrah Frostt & Mateo’s new song “Work Hard, Play Harder” could be as big as “Despacito”.
Farrah Frostt & Mateo‘s new song “Work Hard, Play Harder” could be as big as “Despacito”. If you’re a sucker for Spanglish duets then you’re in the right blog. In the first place, this is not your typical Reggaeton jam. On the contrary, we’re talking about an empowering anthem devoted to hardworking women. As a matter of fact, “Work Hard, Play Harder” was produced by Corey Chorus Gibson and Dr Zuez. Both creatives have composed amazing hits for Rihanna, Estelle, Daddy Yankee, JLO, plus more. Given that, you will enjoy high-quality work. Moreover, the stunning visuals seem to tell a short story that got me hooked immediately. Don’t think it twice, watch it for yourself!.
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Legendary Reggaeton Star Don Omar Teams Up With Amenazzy For “Desierto”
Believe it or not, the music video for “Desierto” has amassed more than 20 million views on YouTube.
Believe it or not, the music video for “Desierto” has amassed more than 20 million views on YouTube. Here we have a great collaborative track between Amenazzy and legendary Reggaeton star Don Omar. Furthermore, this addictive tune is also gaining popularity via Spotify on an almost daily basis. Produced by Nicael, the song features banging Latin rhythms charged with metaphorical lyrics about a feeling alone in the desert after a breakup. The concept is as interesting as the visuals directed by the Puerto Rican artist himself. If you like it please share it with your pals.
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Urban Artists On The Rise Bea Pelea & SUAVE44 Drop Video “Dudas”
Some people who are not familiar yet with the Reggaeton scene might not know Bea Pelea nor SUAVE44. Nevertheless, I can guarantee both urban artists are on the rise!
Some people who are not familiar yet with the Reggaeton scene might not know Bea Pelea nor SUAVE44. Nevertheless, I can guarantee both urban artists are on the rise! Not so long ago, they dropped the video for “Dudas”. When translated from Spanish, “Dudas” means ‘doubts’, and the entire song exudes an air of romanticism and sex. Sincerely, I would dare to say Karol G and Anuel AA face strong competition with these emerging talents. If you are slow dancing to the beat during the first few seconds, that’s a sign you have a good musical ear. With no explanation needed, the visuals directed by Ivan Salvador & Marc Espinar speak for itself.
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This Is The First Time You’ll Hear The Black Eyed Peas Making Reggaeton
It’s been a long time since I haven’t heard a new hit from the Black Eyed Peas. On this occasion, they collaborate with J Balvin for the Reggaeton upbeat single “RITMO”…
It’s been a long time since I haven’t heard a new hit from the Black Eyed Peas. On this occasion, they collaborate with J Balvin for the Reggaeton upbeat single “RITMO”, which forms part of Bad Boys For Life movie soundtrack. Probably, it is pretty catchy to your ears due to the recognizable sample of Corona’s “The Rhythm of the Night”. Furthermore, the music video directed by Colin Tilley dazzles with neon lights and futuristic animations. In conclusion, it’s impossible not to watch the entire clip on repeat mode. Enjoy it!
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Summer Isn’t Over! Major Lazer Go Reggaeton On “Que Calor”
Major Lazer have collaborated with Latino hitmakers J Balvin & El Alfa on “Que Calor”.
Major Lazer have collaborated with Latino hitmakers J Balvin & El Alfa on “Que Calor”. Precisely translated this means “It’s So Hot”, and the whole song suggests summer isn’t over yet. Moreover, there’s an eargasmic mix of tropical Colombian sounds and Dominican Dembow beats. Trust me, nothing else will make you shake your hips than this Reggaeton banger. Actually, the art of sampling is present on “Que Calor”, as much of the background instrumentation comes from a classic Cumbia song called “Curura” by Totó La Momposina y sus Tambores. Without going overboard, I think these guys have released one of the best tracks of 2019. Enjoy it!
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