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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

 
El Mayor PDF Print E-mail

El Mayor

Emmanuel Reyes, artisticamente conocido como ''EL MAYOR'', Nacio en 1990 en Santo Domingo, en el populoso sector 24 de abril criado en la humildad junto a su madre, sus hermanos y su tio Rafael al que aprecia como un padre por su presencia, tanto asi que le llama ''Papa''. Junto a su familia aprendio a luchar por su futuro, debido a la ausencia de su progenitor, con lo que aprendio el valor de una madre y los que le rodean. Su madre siempre cubria sus necesidades pero el decidio por si mismo trabajar a sus 14 años para ayudarse aun mas y a su familia.

 
J. Alvarez PDF Print E-mail

J. Alvarez

Javid David Álvarez Fernández conocido en el mundo artístico como J Alvarez, nació en Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico el 13 de Diciembre del 1983. Su inspiración en la música comenzó en el Hip-Hop en inglés de grupos tales como "A Tribe Called Quest", "Busta Rhymes" y entre otros.

 
Poeta Callejero PDF Print E-mail

Poeta Callejero

Geraldo Gabriel Santana es “El Poeta Callejero” intérprete de la música urbana que alcanzó la fama con “El 16 de mayo”.

Geraldo nació en la Mesopotamia de San Juan de la Maguana el 8 de junio de 1989 ; allí se crió con sus abuelos con todas las comodidades del campo, pero en 1998 perdieron todo debido a la tragedia provocada por el desbordamiento de la presa de San Juan durante el huracán George.

 
Elliot Zimet PDF Print E-mail

Elliot Zimet

Elliot Zimet (pronounced ZIH-MIT) is unparalleled in the world of magic and illusion. His fresh approach to his material is incomparable. Audiences have been captivated watching his appearances as a semi-finalist on America’s Got Talent where judges exclaimed, “You surprised me. Your style was cool, and the audience loved you!” Recently he has been featured on Ryan Seacrest’s AXS TV- “AXS Live”, CBS - “The Early Show” and VH1 - “Big Morning Buzz Live”.

Born and raised in the Bronx, Elliot found great inspiration in New York City’s rich culture of music and fashion. When Elliot saw his first magic show at the age of nine, he knew that magic was to be his life. He has gone on to amaze audiences throughout the country from Madison Square Garden, to the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas. In the Fall 2012 Elliot starred in his own off Broadway show, which had an extended run in Times Square NYC. He toured with “The Greatest Show on Earth” - Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and “The Most Interesting Show in the World ” for the Dos Equis company. Major brands and corporations such as the Grammy’s, People En Espanol Magazine, JC Penny, MAC, BMW and Macy’s have enlisted Elliot’s artistry.

 
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