“Bizarrap shines among Time’s ‘Next Generation Leaders’ with inspiring moments”

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A Next Generation Leader

This week, TIME magazine named Argentinian hitmaker Bizarrap as one of its “Next Generation Leaders” of 2023. The producer and DJ, known for his collaborations with notable artists such as Shakira and Nicky Jam, spoke to TIME about the importance of letting his music speak for itself. In an article titled “Viral Hitmaker Bizarrap Wants His Music To Speak For Itself,” Bizarrap highlighted how he constantly thinks about the next step and creates music every day.

Myke Towers Partners with ESPN

Ahead of the NBA Finals on June 1, Puerto Rican rapper Myke Towers has teamed up with ESPN for a new remix of A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s “MVP.” The song features G-Eazy and Towers, and is part of ESPN and ABC’s NBA Finals coverage promotions. The artist posted about it on Instagram, expressing his excitement for the upcoming Finals.

Memories of “Tusa”

Colombian star Karol G recently appeared on the cover of ELLE magazine, where she recounted how her hit song “Tusa” came to be. She sent a DM to Nicki Minaj asking for a collaboration, and the rest is history. Minaj was so in love with the song that she and her husband were dancing non-stop in their backyard, feeling happy and merengue-influenced. Minaj shared her fond memory on Twitter.

EDM meets Regional Mexican

Eslabón Armado surprised fans this week by releasing an EDM remix of his hit “Ella baila sola” with Peso Pluma. The remix debuted at the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas and was led by DJ Deorro from Los Angeles. The Mexican-American artist expressed gratitude on Instagram for the unforgettable moment.

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Shakira Continues to Surf the Waves

Despite her recent public breakup, Colombian artist Shakira assures her fans that she is doing well. She flaunted her surfing skills in a video on Instagram, captioning it with “If there are no waves, they are made!” The 2023 Billboard Latina Woman of the Year seems to be embracing her new city of residence, Miami.

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