Free yourself from “Despacito”, it’s time to update your summer playlist with Tomasa Del Real. Her new single “Barre Con El Pelo” (Spanish for “Sweep With The Hair”) is the best latin song to dance in 2018. There’s a mix of Moombahton and Reggaeton beats. Scroll down to fall in love with her rebellious attitude/femme fatale poses in her latest music video. As a side note, Tomasa was born in Chile, she’s a tattoo artist and her long hair is her absolute weapon of seduction. From my point of view, “Barre Con El Pelo” sounds as good as Lorna’s 2003 worldwide hit “Papi Chulo”, and it deserves more attention. What do you think? Leave your comments below.
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“Mi Gata (Remix)” The Reggaeton Banger Taking Over The World
Are you in need of a fresh and exciting new sound? Then, check out the remix of “Mi Gata” the viral Reggaeton hit that has already been streamed over 100 million times on Spotify.
Standly has joined forces with El Barto and Blessd to bring you this new version of one of the most popular songs on TikTok in 2022. This tune, which is emblematic of the urban music phenomenon in Chile, was produced by Red Fingers and Tomaritmo.
Additionally, the dope remix comes with a visually stunning video inspired by underground car races, which seems to be trendy in Antioquia, Colombia (shooting location). One way or another, all this adds a new dimension to the release, making it even more popular among fans.
In case you didn’t know, Standly is a fast-rising artist from South America who has had an unstoppable career. Last year, he dropped his first solo album ’11/11′ and instantly became the third most-streamed Chilean rapper on Spotify.
As a matter of fact, he also won the Musa Award for Best Emerging Artist and his party anthem “Pégate” entered the list of Electro Wow’s best songs of 2022.
In his latest single, Colombian revelation Blessd is added to the mix. At just 22 years old, Blessd is also a great exponent of Reggaeton with popular songs like “Medallo” and “Tendencia Global.”
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Warm Up Those Moves With Latin Artists Lucky Bossi And J Mado
Don’t miss the stunning music video for “CONTIGO” by Latin artists Lucky Bossi and J Mado. This is a Reggaeton love song that will have you dancing and enjoying yourself wherever you are.
Lucky Bossi, straight from the Colombian city of Cali, and J Mado, the Texas-based talent known as “The Poet of McAllen,” are on a mission to conquer fans around the world with their infectious Spanish tunes.
Conversely, the eye-catching visuals were filmed in the vibrant city of Miami, featuring popular locations such as a downtown bar and a rooftop with breathtaking views. As a matter of fact, Jose Javi Ferrer, a Puerto Rican filmmaker whose clients include Daddy Yankee, Anuel, and J Alvarez, directed the entire clip.
Above all, these Latin artists will embark on an international tour, which includes stops in Central and South American countries. Definitely, a great opportunity to witness their energy and passion in person.
Without further ado, “CONTIGO” is worth a listen because it combines your love for dance-friendly rhythms with heartfelt/romantic lyrics. Not to mention, this singularity makes it easy for you to connect with the whole composition emotionally, and it doesn’t require you to be bilingual.
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Lizz & Tomasa Del Real Premiere Visuals For “Amiga” On Youtube
Lizz and Tomasa Del Real took YouTube by storm with the recent music video for “Amiga.” Visuals directed by Danny Trigo aka MOTION feature the two Chilean artists singing and dancing at a contemporary summer house.
Lizz, who is known for her sexy-infused Reggaeton style, and Tomasa Del Real, the Neoperreo queen, make the perfect dynamic duo once again. If I’m not mistaken, the first time these female rappers joined forces was in 2020 with “Down,” an amazing cover of a Latin hit.
This new single “Amiga” talks about solidarity and encouraging your best friend to leave a toxic relationship. Besides, the Spanish lyrics speak to the importance of having a close pal who understands and supports you.
Lizz and Tomasa Del Real have long been advocates for women’s empowerment, and “Amiga” is just the latest example of their dedication to uplifting their fellow women.
Additionally, it’s a reminder of the importance of supporting one another, especially in times of struggle. Enjoy it!