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News : Reggaeton artists and groups

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 : dailymail.co.uk | 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 : perezhilton.com | 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 : tmz.com | 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 : billboard.com | 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 : billboard.com | 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 : nydailynews.com | 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 : billboard.com | 2016-07-13 22:03:05.0

There was a time when all you heard on Top 40 radio was "Move Ya Body." It stood out, too. Unlike the saccharine earworms that dominated the radio waves in 2004 from the likes of Ashlee Simpson and JoJo, this song ushered a movement, where dancehall and tropical sounds reigned (think Kevin Lyttle's "Turn Me On"). Nina Sky became the solution to whitewashed pop music we desperately needed.



Nicole and Natalie Albino of Nina Sky are Puerto Rican-born identical twins who were raised in New York City (Queens, to be exact) and both identify as queer. But don't let that limit your perspective of them. Their identities certainly matter, but their fluidity (and unabashed confidence) seethe through everything they touch. They're role models for all women in the music industry without even overtly trying to be.


The Huffington Post recently caught up with them over fries and drinks to talk about their new single, "Champion Lover" (via Tommy Boy), the pinnacle of reggaeton, NYC Pride, and so much more.


Can you tell me more about your newest single, "Champion Lover?"


Natalie: When we got into the studio, we knew we wanted to create something fun. Nicole had recorded this chorus and I had written a verse. We brought it into the studio and had the producers re-create the beat. We wanted a tropical vibe.


Nicole: It was just a playful love song that I wrote about my wife. It was just me being cute to her.  





How would you describe Nina Sky 2004 vs. 2016? Do you think that, nowadays, it is generally easier [for you] than in 2004-2006?


Nicole: I think we are more comfortable in our skin than in 2004. We were more self-conscious about the pressures of being signed to labels and the pressures of other people involved in telling us who we should be and the image we should project.


Natalie: We were signed to two different labels in 2004. We just had so many different hands in what we were doing. We weren’t empowered as women. Now, we’re able to experiment.


Nicole: I think that pressure always exists. I just think you have to be comfortable saying, “This is who I am.” If I put out honest work, people are going to embrace it. We look at someone like Frank Ocean when he put out his music and then he said, "Hey, I’m gay" … That was so powerful. In 2004, I couldn’t do that because of the pressures and the way they thought that Latinas should look and hold themselves. It’s always hard. It says a lot about someone who has the courage to be themselves. When you are your most honest self, it is the most effortlessly cool thing you can do. And people will respond to that. 



I know the single is being released in tandem with NYC Pride and Pride month. What is your relationship with Pride? What are you most excited about?


Nicole: Pride is excitement, good vibes. Some of the most exciting events we do are Pride events. It’s pure fun and celebration. Some events you do, people are “too cool” to get into it.


Natalie: You are just surrounded by love. There’s no bad energy.



Happy Pride Rhode Island! WE ?? YOU! #rhodeislandpride

A photo posted by Nina Sky | Nicole and Natalie (@yourfavoritetwins) on Jun 18, 2016 at 4:07pm PDT




In the wake of Orlando, I don’t think as many celebrities are talking about it as much as they should and I’m wondering what you think about that.


Nicole: When we are talking about outside of the community, people are still afraid that if they stand with the community then they will be “labeled.” And that fucking sucks. I think that has to do with it. Instead of talking about the biggest terrorist attack on America, they will stay silent on it. I’m sure their heart hurts as much as everyone else’s, but I think there’s this fear of being labeled.


Natalie: I think some people are truly devastated and they also don’t know what to say. We even had a hard time knowing what to say. But, I want to do whatever I can -- hug people, call my Congress people. All of it!


Going back to music, what are your thoughts on reggaeton and tropical genres and how they've evolved over the years? Even Drake’s new album tries to emulate tropical sounds. It has become such a mainstream thing.


Natalie: I think tropical vibes always come back in the summer. [It's] the music you want to hear drinking a drink…There’s always this resurgence when it starts getting warmer, there’s this comeback [that combines] reggaeton, tropical vibes, reggae and dancehall.


Nicole: I think when you talk about someone like Drake doing a song like  “Controlla” or “One Dance” [compared to] 2004 when we came out ... a lot of artists that were doing music had to be put in a box. It just feels like now people are more open to different artists collaborating and different artists working in genres that they wouldn’t necessarily work in. People are embracing messing with genres.





My favorite single off the 2009 Major Lazer album "Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do" is "Keep It Goin' Louder," featuring you guys. Can you talk more about the song and music video for that?


Natalie: We shot two music videos for that. They did another one that was just animation and I don’t think they were satisfied with it. Then we did another with Tim & Eric [which was the chosen version]. It was so cool.


Nicole: We didn’t know what it was going to be. We went into a room that was all green screen.


Natalie: We saw the girls dancing. We thought, “Oh this is going to great!” When the video came out, they looked nothing like they did in real life. [The song] came together because a DJ hit up Nicole and said, “Oh, Diplo is working on a project. He wants to get in with you guys and work on some music." We got in and we wrote a few different versions of this song -- like five different versions -- and a totally different beat. He told us he was going to sit with it and work on it. When we got it back, it was completely different. He reorganized the music. We were so amazed by the way he works. Ricky Blaze had laid vocals on a different track and he incorporated that into the song, too.


What was it like working with Diplo?


Natalie: … Just the fact that he was able to create a song with all these different parts.


Nicole: We gave him all these different melodies and he combined it all into a song. You can see why he’s working with Beyoncé now.


Natalie: He’s really that talented. He has a really good ear. He’s so professional. We would work with him again. It’s always a pleasure to work with him.


Is there anyone that would be your dream collaborator?


Nicole: Our dream duo is Outkast.


Natalie: Maybe the 18- or 19-year-old in us is, like, Timbaland .... even now! We loved him from Aaliyah days and then Nelly Furtado and Justin Timberlake -- that whole era. He’s just had so many eras. I want to be part of whatever is next for Timbaland.


Nicole: What about Missy [Elliott], Nat?!


Natalie: I was going to go there!


Nicole: Missy is incredible. We did a show with her and her energy is unmatched. We did it about four or five years ago. But it still stands out. You don’t see people perform like that onstage.


OK, can you tell us more about the new album?


Nicole: Last summer, we decided we wanted to write and record. We booked out a bunch of different studios in New York and ended up recording a full project. It’s called “Brightest Gold.” Since then, we’ve recorded more songs. It’s kind of morphing into another project. It’s R&B-based. There’s a song called “Bang Bang” that Natalie wrote that’s just pure drum and bass vibes.


Natalie: There’s another song “Breaking the Habit.” Nicole actually co-produced that song.


Nicole: We flipped “Nice and Slow” by Usher, which we recorded with Electric Bodega.


Natalie: When we recorded “Champion Lover,” the more we heard it, we knew it was a single. Now we want everything to fit with that.





So, you guys are twins. Can you tell me about any "crazy" twin moments?


Natalie: I feel like when you have a twin, you have a constant friend. You have this connection with another person. It’s crazy. It’s like a permanent best friend. We have this other sense. One time, I got really sick [in college] and Nicole called out of nowhere and knew there was something wrong. She called crying while I was in the hospital and she said she just ‘had a feeling.’


Nicole: It’s like we’re one. We say that all the time. Something hit me that day and knew I had to call. I got so emotional because I wasn’t with her to support her and be there for her … Everyone has a significant other, but having a twin is so much deeper.


Nina Sky's new single, "Champion Lover" is available now on iTunes


 

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Source : huffingtonpost.com | 2016-06-28 21:35:11.0
Reggaeton superstar Don Omar took advantage of social media to announce a special collaboration: He's working on the remix of Chino &...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-24 22:33:05.0
Step aside Justin Bieber -- it's Jennifer Lopez's turn to show off her choreography to Daddy Yankee's reggaeton anthem "...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-23 19:40:55.0
Reggaeton singer Ivy Queen took to Facebook to post an emotional tribute to her father, Francisco Pesante, who died after a long battle with...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-22 21:19:06.0
Under a full moon, a dust-filled wind and the driving sounds of Reggaeton, the B-Boyz breakdancers jumped onto the stage with a series of flips, arches and windmills.   All six of them, wearing black T-shirts and black jeans, black caps turned to the side, are young refugees who fled the war in Syria.  For weeks they have been practicing their moves in what is now their home, the sprawling Arbat refugee camp in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq, for this one moment:...
Source : voanews.com | 2016-06-21 11:10:13.0
Pharrell delivers another banger, and this time, he does it in Spanish. That’s right. On Thursday (Jun. 16), Skateboard P joined J Balvin on his latest smash “Safari,” which also features BIA and Sky. On the reggaeton track, which he also produced, the “Happy” star delivers a few lines in Spanish. “I was in the... Read More
Source : rap-up.com | 2016-06-17 18:11:02.0
Reggaetón met regional Mexican at the SESAC Latina Music Awards June 15, with regional Mexican songwriter Luciano Luna taking home composer of the...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-16 09:17:59.0
Canadian up-and-coming singer Alx Veliz joined forces with reggaeton superstar Don Omar for the remix of his hit single "Dancing...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-15 22:57:05.0

By Letitia Stein and Fiona Ortiz ORLANDO, Fla./CHICAGO (Reuters) - It was a carefree "vacilón" - a pumped up party - at Orlando's Pulse nightclub on Saturday night, full of Latinos dancing to salsa, bachata and thumping reggaeton at the gay club's Latin music night. Most of the 49 people shot dead by a single gunman were Latino, more than half of them of Puerto Rican origin and at least three of them Mexican citizens, according to officials. For Puerto Rico, it was the latest and most tragic in a litany of hardships to afflict the U.S. territory, ranging from a crippling $70 billion debt to an exodus of its youth to the United States in search of jobs.


Source : Yahoo! News | 2016-06-13 23:57:57.0
They fought. They made up. They announced a mega-tour. Then they fought again. By the time reggaeton icons Daddy Yankee and Don Omar took the stage...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-08 01:05:05.0
“A&X, El Orfanato, Danza Kuduro!” That’s the shout-out that kicks off “Danza Kuduro,” the 2010 reggaetón mega-hit...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-06-03 02:47:05.0
From Nicky Jam's reggaeton anthem "Hasta el amanecer," to Thalía's sexy song "Desde esa noche" and...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-05-31 22:17:05.0

Tuesday's Rio Nightlife Pick - The weekly Rio Fest party will return to the Sette Leblon bar and lounge tonight. During the night, DLuccio and a special guest will spin the best of electronic, trap, house, indie rock, funk Carioca, hip hop, reggaeton, and samba.

Source : topix.net | 2016-05-31 13:20:03.0
Rihanna, Cardi B, and Spice all get reggaeton-ed up by L.A.-via-N.Y.C. producer Kelman Duran.
Source : thefader.com | 2016-05-27 16:28:39.0

A weekly event at the venue, the Bem Brasil Entretenimento produced party is well known and loved by many in the city. Tonight DJ Daniel Faria will spin the best of house, hip hop, and reggaeton and saxophonist Marcelo Cebukin will perform live.

Source : topix.net | 2016-05-22 21:00:53.0
The reggaeton champion emptied his pockets on a visit to our New York office.
Source : thefader.com | 2016-05-18 20:16:14.0
Just days after releasing his newest reggaeton anthem, J Balvin is already breaking records with "Bobo."  J Balvin...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-05-16 23:23:00.0



Cuban artist Danay Suárez creates music that defies strict classification and is using her voice to bring awareness to issues that are near and and dear to her heart. 


As one of Cuba's leading female vocalists, Suárez focuses on positive messages of self-empowerment and gender equality. Her music style, which spans the realms of hip-hop, R&B and reggaeton, has garnered her Lauryn Hill and Erykah Badu comparisons and placed her atop entertainment must-watch lists. However, her rise hasn't been easy. In a new video interview with The Huffington Post, she explained that creative self-expression has been stifled in her country, making it difficult for artists like herself to share their work with wide audiences. 


"People in the hip-hop movement have had to be very courageous in order to build that genre in Cuba because of the country's political context. Cuba's been a place where there's been no freedom of expression," she said. "Cuban hip-hop doesn't get aired on media outlets. Cuban hip-hop doesn't have a platform."


She is also up against technological barriers. Internet connection in the country is sparse, so oftentimes Suárez takes matters into her own hands, resorting to circulating her music the old-fashioned way. 


"For example, if someone wants to hear my music and they know me, they have to go to my house, to my computer, and I can burn them a disc with my music," she said. "But then, that's essentially music piracy. In Cuba, piracy works." 


Suárez has graced stateside locales like South By Southwest in Austin and has traveled the world to share her talent with global audiences, however Cuba is where her home and heart are. 


"Cuba is a place that works very differently [from] the rest of the world, but for that reason it's a very interesting place," she said. "For example, I live here and I don't want to live anywhere else." 


*Interview has been translated from Spanish. 

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Source : huffingtonpost.com | 2016-05-11 18:44:25.0
After multiple releases on different labels over the past 10 years, reggaetón artist De La Ghetto has signed an exclusive recording deal with Warner...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-05-10 19:11:25.0

Daddy Yankee The reggaeton star has denied any involvement in tax schemes. People en EspaA ol, in reporting on the leak, said that the performer is linked to performances in Peru that were tied to $ 350,000 deposit to an offshore bank account according to the Panama Papers leak.

Source : topix.net | 2016-05-10 09:17:50.0

Shakira has teamed up with fellow Colombian superstar Carlos Vives for the new song "La Bicicleta" , Billboard has learned. The track -- a catchy, danceable mix of vallenato, pop and reggaeton -- was written by Vives and Shakira and will be released globally to radio June 20 and the next day to digital and streaming services.

Source : topix.net | 2016-05-05 23:21:57.0

Alexandra Buschman and Danishta Rivero writhe behind a candlelit table of busted electronics as a dembow beat skitters and woozy waves of coarse noise ebb and flow. Then Buschman pours the Puerto Rican pre-mixed cocktail Gasolina into her cervical cup and ceremoniously offers it to onlookers, all of whom imbibe with nearly religious fervor.

Source : topix.net | 2016-05-04 22:07:48.0
Long before the Rolling Stones headlined Havana, ­making music in Cuba was a grind for Alexander Delgado, founder of reggaetón duo Gente de Zona...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-04-28 23:55:00.0
A blazing mix of reggaetón, dembow, and rap en español from the Brooklyn-based DJ and producer.
Source : thefader.com | 2016-04-27 21:25:16.0

Daddy Yankee The reggaeton star has denied any involvement in tax schemes. People en Espanol, in reporting on the leak, said that the performer is linked to performances in Peru that were tied to $ 350,000 deposit to an offshore bank account according to the Panama Papers leak.

Source : topix.net | 2016-04-06 02:38:35.0
For the first time, Daddy Yankee and Don Omar -- the two most iconic names in reggaeton -- will share the stage at a panel, taking place during the...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-03-29 20:51:05.0



HAVANA (Reuters) - The Rolling Stones rocked a massive crowd at a free, outdoor concert in Havana on Friday, capping a week of engagement with the West for the Communist-led country that once censored the veteran British band's music.


The Stones started their first-ever show in Cuba with "Jumpin' Jack Flash," a song recorded in 1968, when Cuban rock fans were secretly sharing pirated vinyl records and risked being sent to rural work brigades to cure "ideological deviation."


"We know that years back it was hard to hear our music in Cuba, but here we are playing. I also think the times are changing," lead singer Mick Jagger said in Spanish to a roar from the crowd.



The singer spoke in Spanish throughout of the 18-song show of hits that lasted more than two hours. The band played "Sympathy for the Devil" as a yellow moon rose through clouds, and they finished a two-song encore with "Satisfaction."


Fans started gathering 18 hours ahead of time at Havana's Sports City football and baseball fields, including Cubans who traveled from across the Caribbean's largest island and foreigners who flew in for the occasion.


While no official estimate was immediately available for the crowd size, Cuban state media estimated half a million people could fit in the venue, which was nearly full.



The audience ranged from teenagers to pensioners and reserved some of the biggest cheers for Jagger's snakey dance moves.


"I love Mick Jagger so much. I've always dreamed about this. I couldn't sleep knowing he would be here," said Angela Menendez, who cleans floors in a hospital.


Security was low key and there was a noticeable absence of would-be entrepreneurs selling T-shirts or memorabilia. People were dressed in all manner of jeans, T-shirts and boots with the Stones' tongue and lips logo.



Cubans have taken to coloring the tongue with the stars and stripes of the U.S. flag, whether in the mistaken belief that the British rock stars were American or in the spirit of this week's historic visit by U.S. President Barack Obama.


The Stones formed in London in 1962, three years after Fidel Castro's bearded rebels toppled a pro-American government.


Castro's revolutionary government came to see counterculture bands like the Stones and the Beatles as dangerously subversive and prohibited their music on TV and radio.



Half a century later, both the Rolling Stones and Cuba's leadership share a longevity, performing well beyond what most people would consider retirement age. The band's advancing years did not stop the youngsters in the audience enjoying the show, however.


"Don't let anybody tell you different, this is the best concert in the history of Cuba," said Cristian, 18, a reggaeton fan who this month saw electronic music act Major Lazer in another free gig. For Juan Carlos Leon, 57, the event was more than special. "To me, this is a consecration," Leon said. "I've waited my whole life for this. The Stones are the greatest."


(Additional reporting by Nelson Acosta; Editing by W Simon, Peter Cooney, Robert Birsel)

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Source : huffingtonpost.com | 2016-03-26 11:59:32.0
Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Farruko earns his second top five charting track (as a lead artist) on Hot Latin Songs as his latest single, “...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-03-24 23:18:10.0

Urban music leading artist Daddy Yankee, world renowned reggaeton singer Don Omar, and salsa singer/songwriter Victor Manuelle will perform at the 2016 BILLBOARD LATIN MUSIC AWARDS "Billboard Duets," joining previously announced performers Nicky Jam and Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga.

Source : topix.net | 2016-03-16 17:37:08.0

Urban music leading artist Daddy Yankee, world renowned reggaeton singer Don Omar, and salsa singer/songwriter Victor Manuelle will perform at the 2016 BILLBOARD LATIN MUSIC AWARDS "Billboard Duets," joining previously announced performers Nicky Jam and Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga.

Source : topix.net | 2016-03-16 17:37:00.0
Colombian singer Reykon joined forces with reggaeton duo Zion y Lennox for the remix of "El Error," and now the lyric video is...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-03-15 21:30:05.0
For Nicky Jam, taking a 10-year break was important: a time to learn, value, and believe in himself. Today, he's staged one of the...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-03-07 01:41:05.0

Feb. 22, 2016 - PRLog -- As reported by Fusion, the rise of Reggaeton has rapidly grown from niche to mainstream. In 2005, when Don Omar boasted about reggeaton "repping" for all Latin America from Europe to the United States in his 2005 album "Reggeaton Latino," it sounded like wishful thinking.

Source : topix.net | 2016-02-23 07:06:00.0

Tuesday's Rio Nightlife Pick - Tonight Bem Brasil Entretenimento will once again present the Bem Brasil party, taking place at Miroir in Ipanema tonight. During the night, DJ JR Mahr will spin the best of hip hop and DJ Haron Dufau will spin the best of house, hip hop, funk, reggaeton, and cumbia.

Source : topix.net | 2016-02-16 22:35:03.0

Tuesday's Rio Nightlife Pick - Tonight Bem Brasil Entretenimento will once again present the Bem Brasil party, taking place at Miroir in Ipanema tonight. During the night, DJ JR Mahr will spin the best of hip hop and DJ Haron Dufau will spin the best of house, hip hop, funk, reggaeton, and cumbia.

Source : topix.net | 2016-02-16 14:03:00.0
It's diva vs. diva!   There has always been a musical rivalry between Mexican singers Paulina Rubio and Thalía. Coincidentally,...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-01-29 19:34:38.0
The L.A. producer adds a sprinkling of sexy and a dab of reggaeton.
Source : thefader.com | 2016-01-20 21:57:25.0

The reggaeton star, one half of music duo Wisin y Yandel , reveals mum Miriam Luna is battling a bacterial infection at Hospital Menonita de Caguas. He tells local newspaper El Nuevo Dia, "I trust in God that she will recover soon.

Source : topix.net | 2016-01-20 02:47:04.0
In this week’s GEN F, a shy rising star makes music to wrestle your demons to.
Source : thefader.com | 2016-01-15 18:20:28.0
Nicky Jam had fans up all night waiting for his new single and video, “Hasta el amancer” (‘Til Dawn). A sultry, sexy reggaetón...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-01-15 06:53:30.0

With the exception of Jamaican artiste OMI, who went Platinum with a pop remix of his ska record, Cheerleader , and producer Rvssian, who enjoyed decent sales with his reggaeton projects in 2015, reggae and dancehall music did not perform very well in comparison to other international genres. In fact, the highest-selling reggae album of the entire year was Joss Stone's Water For The Soul , and the effort only moved 29,000 units, which is a long way from Platinum and Gold certifications.

Source : topix.net | 2016-01-10 12:04:32.0
Latin urban songwriter and artist Christian Ramos, better known as Syko “El Terror,” was buried Sunday in Puerto Rico following his...
Source : billboard.com | 2016-01-05 00:24:10.0

Our editors' picks for the best Latin albums of the year run the gamut from electronic dance fare to old-school reggaeton. We looked for albums where artists pushed their own boundaries to come up with unexpected, even risky albums.

Source : topix.net | 2015-12-29 06:28:46.0

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