Bad Bunny, one of the most successful artists in the urban genre, showed his disagreement with the caesura that exists on the trap. 'El Conejito Malvado' putted examples to artists like Rihanna or The Weeknd, who according to their opinion are quite explicit in theirs lyric and do not receive reproaches about it. "It is time for the minds of the listeners and the community to open and look a little further," replied the Puerto Rican.
Look at the Bad Bunny interview here.
Nicky Jam referred to a statement from his colleague Ozuna, who said he had not regretted leaving Puerto Rico, because in the state there is an immensity of problems. Jam commented that although he did not share the thought of his friend, he hoped that people would not judge him by his way of thinking. "I feel that Ozuna loves his homeland, only that he did not say it in the way that I had to say, however I support him," concluded the artist.
Do not miss the entire interview with Nicky Jam here.
Daddy Yankee is pitching his new single 'Yo contra ti', which talks about the fight against cancer. The single interprets along with the Symphonic Orchestra of Puerto Rico, becoming the first rapprochement between reggaeton and classical music. The acceptance of the public has been quite positive, since already his video sum more than three million views.
Here you can check out more information about the new single from Daddy Yankee.