The GRAMMYs are this weekend, and once again, Latinx artists are barely present in the nominations (even though we rule the charts and hearts of millions worldwide). COASTCITY, the producer-artist duo that is Danny Flores and Jean Rodríguez, is one of the few nominees. In this interview, they tell me how their obsession for bilingual R&B almost cost them their careers, but now that the Latin music industry has caught up with them, their sound has made them indispensable hit makers for artists such as J Balvin, Beyoncé and Ozuna.
Also, they share details of how Bad Bunny's hit 'Caro' with Ricky Martin was recorded in outmost secrecy. Plus, new music from Los Angeles, Austin, Santiago and beyond. In Glosario del Reggaeton: the word 'yale'.
Tyga - 'Taste (Chief Boima and Foreigner, Bahia edit)'
Nurrydog feat. Dromedarios Mágicos - 'Báilame Cerquita'
La Doña - 'Algo Nuevo'
COASTCITY - 'Desconocidos'
COASTCITY - 'Noches y Mañanas'
Bad Bunny feat. Ricky Martin - 'Caro'
Berni G, Slam G, True - 'Sam Vle'
Don Omar - 'Dale Don Dale'
Baby Rasta y Gringo - 'La Competencia'
(The Noise 5, 1997)
Cauty feat. Rafa Pabón - 'Ta To Gucci'
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