Once again, female power, passion, and sex appeal come seeping out of P La Cangri’s music. Hard at work in the studio for the summer P has cooked up a promising lineup of hits that are true to her work ethic and raw talent. Behind the tough Brooklyn-girl exterior is a beautiful soul that speaks of love, heartbreak and the struggles endured in the music industry that have shaped her unique and vibrant sound. In P’s world it’s all about staying true, never selling out, and daring to call out the opponent to a around-about of battling lyricism, but who will step up? Whether its the Cuban blood or the Puerto Rican influences fueling this star’s fire I can’t decipher, but what is real at any moment in her artistic trajectory is the love and dedication stamped on her product. Stay tuned for her new album’s release P La Cangri Viene Duro!
Nick Rivera Caminero, better known in the Reggaeton world as Nicky Jam, is what I like to like an underrated talent. His authentic voice is sexy yet hard hitting when needed on those edgy bars, and what’s more, his voice is never mistaken for another as it comes through the speakers of your radio. The half Boricua half Dominican singer has been in the game for a while making hits with industry bigs like Daddy Yankee, Hector El Father, Big Boy, and Rakim y Ken-Y. All-time favorites like “Yo No Soy Tu Marido” and “Chambonea” represent old-school Reggaeton at its purest form, the type that makes you feel the undeniable sensuality of the Urban branch of Latin music.
Currently residing in Medellin, Colombia Nicky Jam continues to work hard at his calling and always maintains genuine references to the streets he finds inspiration in. Whether it’s the beautiful women that walk those streets, or the struggle that lives within them the MC always delivers music that pays homage. It’s simple, don’t be mislead by his subtle presence in the lime light, just show support to the talent regardless of the amount of spotlights shone on them. Let me say this, Nicky Jam Reggaeton, like the one us true die hards learned to sweat it out to, is not for everybody, but if you appreciate the genre and solid talent, you’ll get it.
Debuting again is Mr. Messiah with this provocative anthem. Chaka Chaka is sexy, vibrant, and indicative of the singer’s persona. Messiah speaks his mind once again, and this time he does it in regards to the ladies. What may be a cliché topic to sing about in the Reggaeton Genre plays well with Messiah’s artist.
Sex is key to the song’s personality and of the artist behind it. NoticaMusical and fans across the globe appreciate a song to express one’s sensuality; just let Messiah do the talking.
Lets take a trip to DR…
Looking for the real up-and-comer representing NYC & DR? I present to you Messiah with Yo Yais Music. The young Urban artist breathes passion into his free styles on the streets of NYC just like he does in the studio. For this Dominican-born talent music has been the perfect escape from heartbreak and rough upbringings, and although he rhymes about drugs and life’s struggles, he can make sweet tunes for the ladies too.
Fair skin and a soft demeanor contradict beautifully with the monstrous talent he brings to the Latin Urban movement. Not only is he a “young buck in the game,” but he is currently touring in Colombia, which proves he is a force not-for-long withheld in the streets of NYC.
NoticaMusical wishes Messiah and his crew the best on this musical journey and hopes to one day cover his work in full!
De la Geezy is by far my favorite Latin Artist.
His mash up with Mavado Come Out n’ See, a street Jamaican anthem,
did it for me.
If you don’t know about this guy I suggest you go and do some research! –> @DeLaGhettoReal
Check some of my favorite work from DE LA GEEZY
Estos artistas urbanos siempre me llenan de felicidad
con su musica. Both proud to carry Dominican and Boricua
blood they bring the best to the genre.
Much love to you guys… and old one but good one 🙂