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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Pailita’s “Caminemos De La Mano” Music Video Hits 12M Views
Chilean artist Pailita is internationally renowned for his amazing Reggaeton tracks. To mention one only example, “Caminemos De La Mano” feels so catchy that its music video has reached 12 million views on YouTube.
No one could have expected the career of this emerging talent to skyrocket during the pandemic. Nowadays, he’s popular across South America and beyond, where people admire his fast rapping skills.
If you were wondering what “Caminemos De La Mano” is actually about, the English translation of the song title refers to it as “Walking Hand In Hand.” Certainly, the Spanish lyrics, verses, and chorus trigger pure romanticism.
His stage name ‘Pailita’ was born as a result of a nickname that alludes to his maternal surname. The 22-year-old has signed a deal with Rimas Entertainment, the same label that also represents big urban stars like Bad Bunny, Jowell & Randy, and Amenazzy.
Besides, it must be highlighted that “Caminemos De La Mano” is a collaboration with Young Cister.
Three months have passed since its release, and it still remains a favorite at Reggaeton clubs and even on TikTok. If you would like to keep exploring his catalog, then stay tuned for future announcements down below.
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Watch A Music Video That Feels Ahead Of Its Time, “PUNTO 40”
Rauw Alejandro is a reference for innovation and artistic vision. His latest collaborative single with Baby Rasta, “PUNTO 40” comes in the form of a music video that feels ahead of its time.
The Puerto Rican star remakes a Latin hit from the 90s by injecting pure dopamine. Of course, this updated version is what cutting-edge Reggaeton tunes will probably sound like in the distant future.
According to the cinematic visuals, humanity is set to conquer outer space in the year 2077. Beyond the ultramodern animations, my favorite part is when Rauw Alejandro plays soccer on a surface that resembles the moon.
Without a doubt, the aesthetics-fashion in this clip is also quite incredible in my opinion. Not for nothing, it has surpassed 44 million views via YouTube.
“PUNTO 40” is featured on the singer’s third studio album, ‘Saturno,’ which is currently available to stream on all digital platforms. You can fall in love with this material at first listen because all of them were designed for the dance floor.
Originality requires a lot of imagination and he accomplishes this goal to perfection. Somehow, the fantastic art he makes is also a form of rebellion.
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If You Enjoy Reggaeton Dance Songs Listen To “Action” By La Favi
Grammy-nominated artist La Favi specializes in Reggaeton dance songs like no other. Actually, her ties with the Latin urban genre are deep and today she’s glad to be part of the Dim Mak family.
The official music video for “Action” is definitely a must-watch!
San Francisco native Natalia Garcia brings her sexy vocal-driven track to clubs and parties worldwide. Add to this, Spanish lyrics burning for sensuality…
Perhaps, you will find twerking to be romantic as soon as you listen carefully to this hot tune.
To put it in a nutshell, La Favi delivers an exquisite song that doesn’t fail to ignite the flames of passion on the dance floor, but also will make you sweat pretty well.
Don’t think twice, if you enjoy Reggaeton dance songs, this banger should be straight on your playlist.
Lastly, something very cool about this single is that it’s only the beginning of a future filled with more exciting hits that honor the Hispanic/Latino talents in America.