“Moviendo”, the hot new single from JACE Carillo captures the essence of a tropical romance. Set to a Caribbean flavored AfroPop beat, the song employs elegant aquatic metaphors in Spanish comparing the chemistry between lovers to salt and water in the ocean. JACE, a Venezuelan-Canadian, collaborated with Panamanian artist Alyko in his home studio in Montreal to write and produce “Moviendo”. Taking inspiration from other artists such as Ric Hassani, Yera, and Omah Lay, JACE’s new single creates an irresistibly sexy tropical vibe. JACE Carrillo is a singer-songwriter-producer originally from Valencia, Venezuela who has gained recognition across Latin America as well as his new home in Montreal, Canada. With nearly one million streams across platforms, his unique sound combines Latin music with traditional American styles.
Just in time for Spring Break and the start of summer, Jenn Morel’s latest blazing new single “Chapon” will have you up and moving. This irresistibly energetic track taps into Jenn’s Dominican roots with a driving Dembow rhythm and empowering lyrics. Her message is clear: it’s ok for a woman to have fun, feel sexy and shake her rump! Dominican-American rapper Jenn Morel continues to pave her way in the LatinX music scene after starting her career as a dancer and comedy influencer. Over the past four years she has established her unique sound as a rapper, garnering over 100 million streams and touring throughout Europe. A top figure in the Zumba fitness community, Jenn has also broken into sync scoring placements with Samsung, Fortnite and Just Dance. If you’re looking for fun, energetic, infectious Latin rhythms with a badass attitude be sure to keep tabs on this incredible talent!
In Jona Ferreira’s new EP release ‘Te Amo Tanto Que Te Odio’, he focuses on the dichotomy of love and hate, as the literal translation of its name in English is “I Love You So Much, I Hate You”. As two sides of the same coin, “Levy” is all about passion and intimacy and “Ruleta” deals with themes of hate, jealousy, and anger. Boston-born Dominican artist Jona Ferreira was inspired at a young age by a blend of genres including Bachata, Dancehall, Hip-Hop/R&B, Reggaeton, and Salsa. These various styles of music helped shape and establish himself as an artist with a global romantic sound.
Written during a time of adversity and personal hardships, Curvelo James’s new single “Si Te Quieres Quedar” touches on the classic theme of “together through thick and thin.” Although we all experience the highs and lows of life, sometimes that rollercoaster wave of success will cause people to stay or perhaps leave during a period of struggle. Backed by a smooth throwback beat, this bright Latin hip hop track has an inspirational vibe with impeccable production quality. Feel those strings! TAt the age of 13, the Colombian artist and composer started rapping and later joined “Los que Zumban” which later became known as “The Monsters Ink”, an independent company established by DJ Numa and DJ Kano. From there he honed his craft and focused on developing not only his rapping skills, but also his singing and composition techniques to maximize his abilities as an artist. At the intersection of Latin […]
Mexican-Cuban singer-songwriter Leiden just released her latest social and art project, ‘VOLVER AL CORAZÓN’. Composed of songs with touching stories that were co-written by women in prison, this album truly gives a voice to those deprived of their freedom. Leiden spent a year working in five female Mexican prisons and gathered the testimonials from inmates to shed light on their experiences. In addition to her role as an artist, Leiden is an activist and the founder of Jueves, the first music label in Mexico owned and run exclusively by women. She’s known for her ability to fuse Latin American roots with contemporary sounds to create a modernized twist to Latin music. Over the course of her career she’s toured the world, released four studio albums, collaborated with influential Mexican artists such as Celso Piña, Charles Ans and Vivir Quintana and has composed for film and theatrical projects. We’re proud to […]
Cashae, the 3x Grammy nominated producer duo from Miami, are back with a slick new Afro-Latin House banger called “Hold On”. Featuring sultry vocals from fellow roster member Kiddo Al, the track is the perfect song for chill club and party vibes. Officially slated for a November 18th release, this song is the first single off an upcoming new Afro-Latin House focused EP. Cashae established themselves as one of Miami’s most sought after producer duos following a string of successful independent singles and remixes for Atlantic, Universal and Roc Nation artists. The duo’s long list of top tier collaborations include work with Bebe Rexha, Sebastian Yatra, Mora, Mau y Ricky, Eladio Carrion, Reik, Lenny Tavárez, Lyanno, Mariah Angeliq, Jesse y Joy, Tory Lanez and many more. Past syncs include placements on ‘Dave’ (FXX), ‘FBOY Island’ (HBO Max), ‘Ex On The Beach’ (MTV) and the HBO Film ‘Make Love Great Again’.
Coming through with another hip hop banger to add to the collection is Jenn Morel with her latest single, “Estilo Cochino”. The Dominican-American rapper’s infectious cadence and swagger definitely sets her apart from the rest. Switching up the flow and increasing intensity throughout the track, at the one minute mark she spits a lightning fast verse that would make Busta Rhymes blush. If that weren’t enough she also styled, produced and creative directed the one-shot music video (see below). Originally, Jenn started off as a dancer and social media/comedy influencer and quickly built a following from a short freestyle video that inspired her platinum hit record “Ponteme”. Over the past four years, Jenn Morel has blossomed into an international sensation and has garnered over 80 million streams worldwide. She has also had sync placements with brands like Samsung, Fortnite, and Just Dance. Who’s next? Is it you? Check out the video for “Estilo Cochino”:
Miami-based artist/producer Andre Mateo’s new single “MIRA” is sure to make you look. Channeling Bad Bunny-esque vibes, this motivational Latin trap banger is all about being your best self and coming out on top. The song is the first single off Mateo’s upcoming EP, which is set to release early this fall. Full of driving melody and effortless flows, “MIRA” is the perfect soundtrack for a laid back summer beach hang. A member of the Miami based artist collective SMALL WRLD, Andre Mateo has spent the past decade developing his sound and collaborating in a wide range of genres. Mateo brings his unique style to the group with his eclectic mix of Reggaeton, Dancehall, Afrobeat and Latin Trap influenced by his time down in Puerto Rico.
LA-based Dominican rapper Jenn Morel celebrates life with this fun new single “Sigue y Sigue” (Go On and Go On). This fun, infectious party anthem is the perfect summer song with its Dembow rhythm and energetic vocals. We dare you to listen and sit still! Jenn Morel is a fast-rising international LatinX star, known for her aggressive flows and viral videos as a social media influencer. In a few short years she’s made big strides within the industry, scoring sync placements with Samsung, Fortnite, and Just Dance in addition to racking up over 80 million streams across platforms. With her signature energetic sound, Jen has also become a top figure in the Zumba community.
Originally hailing from a little town off the coast of Venezuela, the Latin art collective Zeta just released their latest album “Todo Bailarlo” on the midwest indie rock label Skeletal Lightning. The group collaborated with a collective of musicians spread out across the world known as The Abajo Cadenas Orchestra to explore a variety of genres popular throughout Latin America. The album is very much reflective of the group’s roots and multifaceted cultures. The collective’s sound varies from dense polyrhythmic percussion with Afro-Carribean influences to retro 70’s post-rock psychedelic tracks. The true essence behind the collective is that they honor the ideals of resistance against the unjust treatment of living beings and cultural/racial prejudices. Whether it’s through music, film, design, or cuisine, Zeta’s style and sound can be perceived in many different mediums. For a visual perspective, check out Zeta’s vibrant music videos from “Todo Bailarlo”: