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The Chilean artists join forces on La Devoración , an eye-opening record on the N.A.A.F.I. record label.
Source : | 2017-06-29 19:13:33.0
Cuba's new generation of independent bloggers who write about everything from cultural events to reggaeton artists to politics are worried their new-found free writing space will close due to increased tensions once again with the U.S.
Source : | 2017-06-27 22:41:00.0
Cuba's new generation of independent bloggers who write about everything from cultural events to reggaeton artists to politics are worried their new-found free writing space will close due to increased tensions once again with the U.S.
Source : | 2017-06-27 22:41:00.0
While mainstream airplay leaves out women artists in urban and reggaeton genres, a new generation is making waves on their own terms.
Source : | 2017-06-21 22:56:29.0
Wisin & Yandel fans, rejoice! The reggaeton superstars reunited for a one-time show in Dominican Republic over the weekend. "El duo de la...
Source : | 2017-06-19 22:04:05.0
Jennifer Lopez is getting back to her roots. The 47-year-old was seen filming a music video alongside Cuban reggaeton group, Gente de Zona, in Islamorada in the Florida Keys on Tuesday.
Source : | 2017-06-16 10:43:12.0

“Despacito (Remix)” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee (feat. Justin Bieber)
The current frontrunner for Song of the Sumer is Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito.” The mostly Spanish-language song has been sitting at the top of the Hot 100 for weeks after rocketing from No. 48 to the top 10 after Justin Bieber hopped on a remix last month. Should the reggaeton-pop single take home the Song of the Summer crown, it would be a huge coup for Fonsi, a Puerto Rican superstar who hasn’t previously had a crossover hit in the U.S.

“I’m the One” by DJ Khaled (feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper and Lil Wayne)
Odds are Justin Bieber will rule the summer of 2017. Between “Despacito” and the breezy DJ Khaled posse cut “I’m the One,” Bieber — who doesn’t even have an album out this year — is on two of the biggest songs heading into the season. Since the song’s debut at No. 1 in May, it’s dipped a bit but held steady in the top five, suggesting that the lightweight summer tune could have a long life ahead.

“That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars
Bruno Mars is a radio staple and arguably one of the biggest male pop stars in the game — after only Bieber and Drake, depending on your definition of “pop.” “That’s What I Like,” the inescapable and impeccably constructed throwback jam from Mars’ 2016 album “24K Magic,” has been sitting tight at No. 2 after previously topping of the chart, suggesting it could be around for a while.

“HUMBLE.” by Kendrick Lamar
Kendrick Lamar unseated Ed Sheeran back in April, bringing an end to the British singer-songwriter’s stranglehold on the No. 1 slot when he announced his return with the undeniable single “HUMBLE.” and it’s Last Supper-referencing video. The song hasn’t left the top five since.

“LOYALTY.” by Kendrick Lamar (feat. Rihanna)
Would it truly be summer if Rihanna wasn’t playing? “LOYALTY.,” Lamar’s Rihanna-featuring second single off “DAMN.” peaked at No. 14 before soon falling off the charts, but one would be a fool to count out the woman who basically invented the concept of Song of the Summer in the first place. Should the song get a second wind (maybe with a memorable video?), it’s not hard to imagine the sputtering ode to devotion making that essential crossover to pop stations.

“Mask Off” by Future
“Mask Off,” with its flute-heavy Metro Boomin beat, wasn’t even supposed to be a single. But when Future released his self-titled fifth album earlier this year, listeners immediately latched onto the song as the album’s obvious standout, sending it up the charts on the strength of its streaming numbers. Since it was released as on official single in April, the song, with its catchy Tommy Butler flute sample, has held strong in the top 10.

“XO TOUR Llif3” by Lil Uzi Vert
Lil Uzi Vert is part of a new generation of rappers who confuses old-school hip-hop types, but even they can’t deny his popularity. The self-described “rockstar” earned his third platinum single with “XO Tour Llif3,” the nihilistic hit single from his latest EP “Luv Is Rage 1.5.” The song has been a favorite on Soundcloud for months, long before it ever made a dent on Billboard’s charts.

“Stay” by Zedd (feat. Alessia Cara)
Like the Chainsmokers and Halsey, and Calvin Harris and Rihanna before them, Zedd and Alessia Cara have leveraged the producer-pop star collaboration to take over pop radio airwaves. The combination of Cara’s distinct vocals and Zedd’s frenetic production is a refreshing take on the EDM-lite aesthetic that’s dominated the charts lately, and “Stay” is sure to continue its steady climb upward into the summer months.

“2U” by David Guetta (feat. Justin Bieber)
Bieber has reinvented himself as the go-to male vocalist for producers looking to achieve crossover success. The pop star’s loyal fanbase sent both DJ Snake’s “Let Me Love You” and Major Lazer’s “Cold Water” to the top five last year, not to mention the Jack U collab “Where Are U Now,” which went to No. 8. So it would be foolish to count out Bieber’s latest feature, even though it faces an uphill battle given its relatively late mid-June release.

“Know No Better” by Major Lazer (feat. Travis Scott, Camila Cabello and Major Lazer)
Whether or not “Know No Better” has the momentum to reach Song of the Summer-level ubiquity, it’s sure to be a hit. With bouncy piano-driven verses and a synth dance chorus, “Know No Better” is sure to become a radio and party hit on par with, if not bigger than, it’s predecessor “Cold Water.” Prepare to hear it all season.

“Slide” by Calvin Harris (feat. Frank Ocean and Migos)
None of Harris’ three singles from his upcoming album “Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1” have come anywhere close to the success his 2016 Rihanna collab “This Is What You Came For,” but the sleek west coast bounce of “Slide” is certainly deserving. With bleary-eyed vocals from the elusive Frank Ocean and guest verses from the biggest rap group going, “Slide” recently peaked at No. 25, making it a long-shot contender for certain, but one worth rooting for.

“Cut to the Feeling” by Carly Rae Jepsen
An unreleased B-side repurposed for the soundtrack to an animated movie, Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Cut to the Feeling” is better than it has any right to be. With its massive, joyful chorus, the song hits like a shot of dopamine to the brain, instantly brightening even the sunniest summer day. It’s not a real contender for Song of the Summer — the single failed to chart at all — but an undeniable banger like this one demands consideration.

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Source : | 2017-06-13 03:14:48.0
After partnering with superstar Farruko for a new version of "Quiéreme," Jacob Forever dropped an all new music video for the reggaetón...
Source : | 2017-05-26 19:33:11.0
Right now, for two weeks running, the #1 hit in America is the Justin Bieber-assisted remix of "Despacito," Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee's reggaeton hit. (Our own Chris DeVille wrote a great column about it.) The song was an international monster hit long before Bieber jumped on board, and the video for the all-Spanish version…
Source : | 2017-05-26 16:36:49.0
Framed by a hoodie, Bebe lends bubbly vocals to a tropical urban beat while fellow Spanish singer Rasel and Dominican-born, Puerto Rican-bred...
Source : | 2017-05-11 22:12:05.0
In Miami with a Spanish-language rapper who’s looking beyond reggaeton.
Source : | 2017-05-10 20:30:30.0
The brooding yet boisterous single will be released by Buenos Aires club night HiedraH Club de Baile.
Source : | 2017-05-09 19:19:35.0
Daddy Yankee feels streaming his music online has finally revealed a hidden reality about Latin artists' popularity.   The reggaeton icon, who this week reached the No. 4 spot in Billboard's Hot 100 with a new version of his and Luis Fonsi's megahit "Despacito'' featuring Justin Bieber, also saw it land on Spotify's No. 12 global hits and No. 2 on its Viral 50 chart, above songs by Rihanna, Lady Gaga and Bieber.   "I really feel very blessed to...
Source : | 2017-05-04 22:30:52.0
Colombian reggaeton star J Balvin was joined by Bad Bunny for a fiery performance at the 2017 Billboard Latin Music Awards April 27 at the University...
Source : | 2017-04-28 09:02:14.0
Nicky Jam, the resilient reggaeton star who rose to stardom after a decade of silence battling drug addiction, was the big winner at the Billboard...
Source : | 2017-04-28 05:00:07.0
“I have always been a big fan of watches,” says Reggaeton star J Balvin, the 31-year-old Colombian rapper and Billboard cover star. ...
Source : | 2017-04-27 20:19:56.0
Songs that mix pop, reggaeton and urban flavors are topping the Billboard Latin Charts. Ozuna, Reik, Silvestre Dangond, Tostao and Wisin...
Source : | 2017-04-26 20:29:23.0
A rogue fan video of the band's April 17 show in Berkeley, Calif., shows Thom Yorke shaking his hips to the reggaeton hit.
Source : | 2017-04-25 18:42:00.0
When Juan Luis Londoño Arias was a thin but sporty high school sophomore in Medellín, Colombia, his dreams ran big and small. Getting a girl, playing...
Source : | 2017-04-20 20:11:09.0
Reggaetón superstars Nicky Jam and J Balvin are going head to head in the newly announced panel "Superstar Mano a Mano," where...
Source : | 2017-04-19 21:54:05.0
Reggaetón duo Zion y Lennox added a Latin twist to Ed Sheeran's chart-topping track "Shape of You," which dropped over the weekend...
Source : | 2017-03-20 20:33:04.0

The video for “Hey Ma,” a sort of cerberus of the Latin music industry consisting of three chart powerhouses, brings together Camila Cabello (the one Fifth Harmony person whose name you know, now no longer of Fifth Harmony), Pitbull (my father) and J Balvin (my son) for a lite pop-reggaeton jaunt through Cuba,…


Source : | 2017-03-10 21:55:00.0
Featuring urban superstar Farruko and up-and-coming reggaetón/trap artists like Ozuna and Noriel, Billboard announces "The Latin Trap Panel...
Source : | 2017-03-01 20:40:22.0
Miami was consumed with Univision’s Premios Lo Nuestro the week of February 24th. But in the Wynwood Design district, far from the reggaeton...
Source : | 2017-02-28 23:09:05.0
Don Omar is back! The reggaeton superstar surprised all his fans Friday (Feb. 3) by releasing the music video for his latest single "...
Source : | 2017-02-03 22:17:05.0
The wait is finally over! Nicky Jam dropped his anticipated album Fenix today (Jan. 20), packed with reggaetón anthems and suave lyrics. ...
Source : | 2017-01-20 19:29:55.0
His latest successes — which include a pair of No. 1 hits on the Billboard Latin songs chart — have come as part of reggaeton’s second global wave.
Source : International Herald Tribune | 2017-01-19 01:06:05.0
Nicky Jam kicked off 2016 with his chart-topping reggaetón anthem "Hasta el amenecer," while Deorro and Elvis Crespo had us dancing...
Source : | 2016-12-14 23:25:05.0
Daddy Yankee is hitting the road in 2017 for a month-long tour in Europe. The reggaetón superstar returns to the European continent two years after...
Source : | 2016-11-29 18:23:07.0
Reik's ballads have a knack for being turned into reggaetón/urban tracks -- and the latest proof is their collaboration with Nicky Jam...
Source : | 2016-11-12 00:33:08.0
A teenager dressed as Batman danced through the door as Reggaeton music thumped inside for a Halloween party in the ground-floor apartment of a Soviet-era housing project in Cuba's capital.
Source : | 2016-10-30 04:01:07.0
The Colombian artist’s video for “Ay vamos” is still killing it.
Source : | 2016-10-29 13:25:56.0
J Balvin's hit "Ginza" not only became a reggaeton anthem in 2015, but it also became one of the longest-reigning No. 1s on...
Source : | 2016-10-07 21:49:05.0
Reggaeton star Wisin announced Friday that his 1-month-old daughter Victoria had died.
Source : | 2016-09-30 22:37:42.0
Wisin announced his daughter Victoria's death on Friday
Source : | 2016-09-30 19:30:10.0

It’s no coincidence that Nicky Jam’s summer tour was titled “The Fenix Rises.”

The Puerto Rican reggeaton star has certainly risen in recent years, after his career took a nosedive in the early 2000s thanks to a public feud with his mentor Daddy Yankee and substance abuse issues. In 2007, Nicky Jam, once one of reggaeton’s most promising rising stars, moved to Colombia. There, he says, he found the fan base and confidence he needed to revive his career.

The Huffington Post caught up with Nicky Jam during the AT&T “Expresa Tu Pasión” concert in New York City on Sept. 13, and discussed the difference between Colombian and Puerto Rican reggaeton, the election and more. 

The #ExpresaTuPasion tour is about celebrating our roots during Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s particularly important to highlight all the positive things happening in the Latino community during an election season filled with hateful rhetoric against Latinos and immigrants. What are your thoughts on the candidate that’s best for Latinos? 

I’m voting for Clinton. Because anything that I see that’s bad for our people or anybody that talks bad about our people, I’d be scared to vote for them. Probably people will think that what I’m saying is wrong but I think that whoever talks bad about my race [Editor’s Note: Latino is an ethnicity, not a race] is not a person who I should vote for. So, I’m going for Clinton.

Anything that I see that’s bad for our people or anybody that talks bad about our people, I’d be scared to vote for them."

Back when your career took a turn for the worse, you moved to Medellín, Colombia to revive it. Why did you choose Colombia?

Because it was the place where I had work. All my old songs were like classics for them, so I had a place where I could survive and pay my bills. 

What surprised you about the people or the music scene? 

I found that they would listen to anything and they don’t have that mentality of old school, or nothing like that. Colombians, when they love an artist they love him whether you’re up or down. So why wouldn’t I stay in a place where they loved me when I was in my worse moment and they were saying I was a legend? I felt I was good, so I felt it was my home. I fell in love with the people, the culture. They made me feel like a Colombian.

Colombian reggaeton is certainly having its moment right now, with the rise of artists like J Balvín and Maluma. You’re Puerto Rican but you’ve clearly also been influenced by that Colombian sound. What do you think sets Colombian reggaeton apart?

I just think the music is more catchy, and the lyrics are more cotidianos (day-to-day). It talks about things that happen on a daily basis. Reggaeton from Puerto Rico is more about dancing music, reggaeton specifically. Now Puerto Ricans are starting to [focus more on lyrics], because they have the ability to do it.

I think it’s beautiful that every country puts a little [grain] of sand of their own to the music. So it’s awesome. 

You once told Billboard that one of the things you realized set you apart as a reggaeton artist was that you could sing. Can you elaborate on how your vocal skills shape your music?

I bring that to the table, because yea people were doing melody but not the way I’m doing it. You listen to a song by Nicky Jam and you don’t think about reggaeton, you just think, ‘I like that song.’ I got old people listening to my music, young people listening to my music... they don’t have that reggaeton thing, that taboo that there was back in the day. So I think that I’m doing a good job, that’s what I wanted to do. I’m happy. 

I’ve also noticed you’ve begun pushing the English versions of your hits “El Perdón” (”Forgiveness”) and “Hasta El Amanecer” (”With You Tonight”) on the air waves. What is your overall goal within the English market?  

I want to go into the English market, all the way. That’s my goal, English is the next thing.

And you collaborated on “El Perdón” with Enrique Iglesias, who might be the most successful crossover artist of all time. Has he given you some pointers as to how to straddle those two cultures? 

A lot, especially when it comes to switching the songs from Spanish to English. He told me: “You gotta be careful so they don’t lose the feeling and the lyrics. The way you express yourself.” But if you think about it that way too, you’ll probably be all scared. Just try to be you, people like that. People dig it. 

This interview was condensed for clarity. 

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Source : | 2016-09-19 19:28:13.0
The Colombian artist, 31, shared images via social media of the aircraft where it came down in bushes and thanked God for his survival.
Source : | 2016-08-27 22:43:52.0
This is so scary, but it is SO good to know J Balvin is OK! The reggaeton star was departing the Bahamas on Friday afternoon in a small, private plane when some kind of malfunction occurred and the aircraft went down just after taking off. Related: Lost Boaters Rescued After Writing 'SOS' On Deserted Island! Luckily, Balvin [...]
Source : | 2016-08-27 18:57:21.0
Reggaeton star J Balvin is lucky to be alive after a small plane he was traveling in went down just after takeoff.  The plane was leaving the Bahamas Friday when the wreck happened. A rep for the singer says he was not injured and at this time…

Source : | 2016-08-27 13:00:00.0
J Balvin will be honored with the Vision Award during the annual Hispanic Heritage Awards on Sept. 22 in Washington, D.C. The reggaeton...
Source : | 2016-08-12 01:15:00.0
Colombian superstar J Balvin may be conquering the Latin music industry with his chart-topping reggaeton anthems, but believe it or not, some...
Source : | 2016-08-11 00:33:06.0
The reggaeton heavyweights come to Madison Square Garden July 30 to mark the fifth stop of their "The Kingdom" tour.
Source : | 2016-07-14 23:42:45.0
What does a Latino fairytale kingdom sound like? Merengue, salsa, son montuno, vallenato, cumbia and reggaeton, as well as variations of Latin rock,...
Source : | 2016-07-13 22:03:05.0

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