The classic reggaeton mixes of Daddy Yankee and Don Omar were taking over the radio just a few years ago. Reggaeton was one of the few Latin genres of music accepted by American society and entertainment industry. Today, Latin trap sounds are becoming much more popular, dominated by artists such as Bad Bunny, Anuel AA, Messiah, and a few others. Check out these artists that are making Latin Trap the hottest new sound!
Puerto Rican rapper Milky Woodz, fuses reggaeton and Latin Trap sounds to reach No.6 on the Top Latin Albums chart with“The OG”. He has collaborated with huge artists such as Bad Bunny and has surpassed over 60 million views on YouTube. Check out his new single “No Hay Limite”.
21-year-old Carlos Almonte, better known as BB Nobre made his music career boost at the age of 16. His single “Bronx Whine” featured Latin-Grammy nominee, Farruko, and was described as the “New York summer smash” in 2015! Check out his new single “Ese Tu Novio Now Huh.”
El Nene La Amenaza is a Dominican singer/rapper who has a unique Caribbean flow. His sounds range from Spanish R&B to smooth reggaeton and a mix of light trap. Check out his single with Shadow Blow- Un Buen Dia.
22-year-old rapper Jamby El Favo, takes his Puerto Rican roots to inspire his tracks. Check out “Maria”, a song about the struggles people went through when Hurricane Maria struck.
With artists like Cardi B, Ozuna and Romeo Santos being the face of Latin music, this genre, along with these artists, are making big numbers on Spotify and Apple Music. Whether you speak the language or not, Latin trap sounds can be enjoyed by anyone, and can soon take over media outlets worldwide.