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Frankie J PDF Print E-mail

Amara "La Negra"

As Frankie J, Bautista signed as a solo artist with Columbia Records and released his first album What's A Man To Do on May 23, 2003. His self-titled first Spanish-language album Frankie J was also released later in the same year.[5] The album's lead single "Don't Wanna Try" peaked at #19 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Chart, while "Ya No Es Igual" went Top 10 on the World Latin charts.[6] Later that year, he was featured in the Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit "Suga Suga" by rapper Baby Bash.[7]

 

His second album The One was released on March 22, 2005.[8] It was led by the #3 Billboard Hot 100 hit "Obsession (No Es Amor)" featuring rapper Baby Bash, and followed by the Top40 singles "How To Deal" and "More Than Words". To coincide with the release of "More Than Words", the album was re-released on the DualDisc format in October.[9] By January 2006, The One was certified platinum by the RIAA for shipping over a million copies.[10] His second Spanish-language album Un Nuevo Dia was released on June 13, 2006 and featured the single "Pensado En Ti."[6]

 
Amara "La Negra" PDF Print E-mail

Amara "La Negra"

NACIDA EN LA CIUDAD DE MIAMI FLORIDA, EL DIA 4 DE OCTUBRE DE 1990 DE PADRES DOMINICANOS  AMARA "LA NEGRA" COMENZO SU CARRERA ARTISTICA DESDE MUY TEMPRANA EDAD CUANDO PARTICIPABA EN FESTIVALES Y EVENTOS ESCOLARES. DE IGUAL MANERA, GANO EL CONCURSO DE SABADO GIGANTE "MISS CHIQUITA" DONDE SU CARISMA Y ENERGIA CAUTIVO A LOS ESPECTADORES QUIENES HAN SEGUIDO A AMARA DESDE ENTONCES.

 

DESDE AHI, HA SEGUIDO PARTICIPANDO Y DEMOSTRANDO SU INMINENTE TALENTO EN PRESENTACIONES DE GRANDES CADENAS DE TELEVISION COMO TELEMUNDO, UNIVISION, TELEFUTURA, CANAL 41, AL IGUAL QUE HA PARTICIPADO EN DESFILES DE MODA, MODELO DE CATALOGOS, Y COMERCIALES COMO OSCAR MAYER, SABADO GIGANTE, HAWAIIAN PUNCH, WALT DISNEY WORLD, ENTRE OTROS.

 

 
El Chevo PDF Print E-mail

El Chevo

Nacido el 22 de Septiembre de 1988 en El Progreso, Yoro; criado en La Lima, Cortés; es un cantautor y músico hondureño.

 
La Fame PDF Print E-mail

La Fame

LA FAME, made up by Fresh Kid Cue, Napoles, Huly On The Beat, and Mr. Pillz, four power-hitters in the current music scene. Mixing their latin roots with today’s urban movement, together they created a project composed of Salsa, Merengue, and even Moombathon remixes of current chart topping hits. They released a salsa rendition of Enrique Iglesias Ft. Gente De Zona’s Grammy Award winning hit “Bailando”, which caught the attention of a few major record label A&R’s, Immediately Enrique and Gente De Zona fell in love with LA FAME’s rendition and GDZ quickly jumped in the studio with the trio to make the remix official. The popularity of “Bailando Salsa” caught the attention of Fresh Kid Cue’s friend, artist/producer Vein(The Infantry) who pitched the remix idea to J Balvin, which is how the “Ay Vamos Salsa Remix” happened. From then on it was a domino effect, they captured the attention of artist like Nicky Jam, Justin Quiles, Fito Blanko, and Joey Montana to name a few, all of which have collaborated on the album.

“Llego La Fame” their debut album, releases Feb. 17th 2015 and is already this year’s most anticipated project.

 

 
Los Rakas PDF Print E-mail

Los Rakas

Los Rakas is comprised of cousins Raka Rich & Raka Dun, pioneering Panamanians by way of the Bay Area on the frontier of a new Latin urban sound. Known for their fresh mix of hip-hop, plena, reggae and dancehall music with both Spanish and English lyricism, Los Rakas represent the cutting edge of Pan-American flows. Taking their name from the Panamanian word “Rakataka” – a negative slur used to describe someone from the ghetto – Los Rakas have set out to both inspire fellow “Rakas” by empowering them to become successful despite their circumstances, turning the current Latin hip-hop world on its head. In 2012, Los Rakas released their EP, Raka Love, touring nationally and internationally. They are set to introduce their next project, a double album, "Soy Raka presents: 'El Negrito Dun Dun' & 'Ricardo', later this year.

"Raka comes from the word Rakataka. They used that word to refer to people from the hood in Panama, but in a negative way. We took the word and decided to make it positive. But a Raka can go to college, and be a business man, you know." - Raka Dun in Latin Rapper

'Caribbean dancehall with ferocious, bilingual, emcee-devouring microphone skills.' - MTV

 
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