The GRAMMY-winning reggaetón duo has landed many hits over the past two decades and collaborated with T- Pain, Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias and more.Continue Reading
Myke Towers returns with Easy Baby Money, the long-awaited follow-up to his 2016 debut studio album El Final del Principio.Continue Reading
Patricia Velázquez once tried to search any records of the word “reggaetón” on the Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueño’s official website. She came up emptyhanded, so she plotted a way to change this.
“What we want is to expose and study reggaeton as part of our culture,” says Velázquez, who’s a student of Cultural Management at the University of Puerto Rico. “What really matters is that the people who lived the genre and were raised with it are able to study and analyze it.”Continue Reading
Ricky Martin, Residente and Bad Bunny — or, the trio who helped take down Puerto Rico’s ex-Governor Ricardo Rosselló — emerged with a new single on Monday night titled “Cántalo,” or “Sing It.”Continue Reading
Puerto Rican-Dominican crooner Ozuna parties down with extraterrestrials in the video for his hooky new reggaeton single, “Hasta Que Salga El Sol.” It’s the eighth release off his upcoming third album, Nibiru, set for release by the end of the year.Continue Reading
Spanish rapper Mala Rodríguez teams up with Puerto Rican goofball Guaynaa in the racy new reggaeton track, “Dame Bien,” or “Give It to Me Good.” And with an assist from Big Freedia, Queen of New Orleans bounce, the two acquaint themselves with a different kind of perreo intenso.Continue Reading
Nicky Jam and Anuel AA have teamed up for an epic new collaboration called “Whine Up” (and no, it’s not a cover of the 2007 Kat DeLuna monster hit).Continue Reading
Aguadilla synth-pop outfit Buscabulla turn their tropical dreams into reality with their rousing new song, “Vámono,” or “Let’s Go.” It is the lead single off their upcoming debut album, which is due for release in 2020.Continue Reading
Puerto Rican MC, PJ Sin Suela, premieres the video for the remix for “La Pelúa,” featuring emerging rappers from Puerto Rico’s music scene Jon Z, Rafa Pabón and Guaynaa. The foursome bring their own lyrical style to the remix.Continue Reading
In the world of English-language music, chances are that “new Oasis” means something very different to you than it does to the Spanish-language Internet. When the possibility of a joint album between two of the biggest names in urbano, J Balvin, the Colombian global domineer of 2017’s “Mi Gente” and longtime reggaetonero, and Bad Bunny, the 25-year-old face of Puerto Rican trap, became a reality back in September, it was a big deal.
Balvin confirmed to radio host Ebro Darden, who casually suggested a potential joint album, that he’d title the whole of their six or seven unreleased songs together Oasis — a word written the same in English and Spanish. Before long, Balvin and Bad Bunny were name-dropping Oasis on the outro to Jhay Cortez’s “No Me Conoce” remix. Cryptic Twitter teases ensued for months, until Oasis finally dropped today.Continue Reading