Yandel decided to do a song with Atlanta's right now hottest rapper Future. It came out amazing with a mixture of both sounds, you can feel that Reggaeton vibe and the Down Dirty South through out the whole song with Yandel and Future's rapping & singing and the beat how it switches up from a Down Dirty South beat to a Reggaeton beat and it continues switching up from one music genre to another. I really dig it!
Yandel ft. Future - Mi Combo
BONUS: Behind the Scenes of 'Mi Combo' Official Music Video
This past Thursday was the 2015 Latin Grammys and yes Reggaeton was in the house! 2 Prime examples are J. Balvin perfomed ''Ginza'' and then Major Lazer, DJ Snake, MØ all came out to perform the Lean On Remix with J. Balvin & Farruko. Plus much more Reggaeton ruled the whole night. Here goes the video to those two awesome perfomances of the night.
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If you think Reggaeton is dead you must be a damn fool. You must not know the real history just like people didnt know that Reggaeton existed way before the hit song 'La Gasolina' by Daddy Yankee. Reggaeton is still strong and artists keep coming out with hits, prime example on the english radio station KTU they stay playing ''El Perdón (Forgiveness)" by Nicky Jam & Enrique Iglesias and on the latin radio stations La Mega 97.9 FM and X 96.3 FM its non stop Reggaeton. I be hearing songs like ''Borro Cassette'' by Maluma, ''Un Beso'' by Baby Rasta y Gringo, ''Encantadora'' by Yandel, ''Te Busco'' by Nicky Jam ft. Cosculluela, ''Vaiven'' by Daddy Yankee, ''Ginza'' by J. Balvin, etc. and all these songs that are being played on the radio are from this year 2015. So if youre even thinking that Reggaeton is dead, go first and investigate before assuming something dumb like that. You know get your facts straight Reggaeton is far from dead ya heard!