Reggaeton takes over the night in Granada


This Saturday the 25th, the Granada Latina Festival was held at the Cortijo del Conde, a twelve-hour event in which people danced to the rhythm of the music of great artists of the urban genre such as Jhay Cortez, Omar Montes or RVFV

As everyone knows, urban music, made up of genres such as reggaeton or trap, is the music that is leading the world and even Anglo-Saxon artists join this wave characterized by its danceable rhythms. This was the case of artists like Justin Bieber who joined the remix of that Despacito or that of Cardi B and Selena Gómez who made the famous Taki Taki, a reggaeton produced by Dj Snake in which Ozuna, an artist consecrated in the world, also participated. urban genre.

This Saturday the 25th, the Granada Latina Festival took place, the first reggaeton and trap event held in the city and in which great Latin music artists come together. The site chosen for these performances was the Cortijo del Conde, a place known for hosting a large number of local festivals, such as the Granada Sound or the Bull Festival.

The event kicked off the summer festival season, setting the bar high. With a staff of both international and national artists in which it was possible to enjoy legends of the urban genre such as Jhay Cortez, Omar Montés, El Alfa, RVFV or Juan Magán.

At last, masks were not necessary at a festival, and this one could be enjoyed properly. The event lasted twelve hours, beginning at 4:00 p.m. with the opening of the doors with a session by Juanje Dj from Granada. Around eight thousand people were encouraged to enjoy the live music and had the opportunity to go on the shuttle buses from the Neptuno Shopping Center that the Festival had organized or in their own vehicles. Both the boxes and the reserved ones were full of people since the Festival had sold out the tickets of these spaces

The next turn was Manuel 2 Santos, who made the audience dance with him with his mixer. This was followed by Keen Levy from Almería around 6:00 p.m. The artist famous for songs such as Borracho & Loco or Mi Consuelo, a collaboration with RVFV, conquered those present with his flamenco reggaeton.

He then played a session by DJ Ángel Caballero, which was followed by RVFV around 7:45 p.m. The man from Almeria also performed his characteristic reggaeton combined with trap, which brought him fame through hits like Looking at you, which exceeds seventy million views, She Doesn’t Want Rosé, with one hundred and fifty-seven million or with one of his latest songs. Mommy. In the end, he made any fan’s dream come true and got on a member of the public to sing one of his hits with him.

After another DJ session led by Miguel Barbero, it was the turn of one of the most anticipated artists of the Festival. Omar Montés made an excited audience twerk to the rhythm of reggaeton. The man from Carabanchel who shot to success with songs like La Rubia remix 2 with La Nueva Escuela, or Alocao with Bad Gyal, wanted to experiment with his sound by approaching flamenco with his new song La Llama del Amor, together with Jairo de Remache and Farruquito .

The next on the list was El Alfa around 11:00 p.m. The Dominican nicknamed ‘the King of Dembow’ accelerated the pace of the festival. His catalog is full of hits like Los Patrones, Gogo Dance, his collaboration with Bad Bunny, La Romana or his song with Becky G, Fulanito, which has more than two hundred and twenty-six million views.

The subsequent performance was by Ñengo Flow, known for his trap and reggaeton songs such as Haciéndote el amor, Yezzy with Anuel AA or his collaboration with Bad Bunny and Jowell & Randy, Safaera. The artist brought the essence of Puerto Rico to Granada. This was followed by another of the jewels of the festival, Jhay Cortez entered the scene around 1:00 a.m. filling his audience with energy, making them dance and sing with his hits, although well, almost all his songs are hits. An example of this is one of his latest songs Ley Seca with Anuel AA or his mega hit Dákiti with Bad Bunny that has garnered more than one thousand one hundred and fourteen million views.

The time for Granada’s mdlr (street boys) came with Morad who quickly changed the vibe of the festival with his signature drill songs, a trap style with lyrics inspired by street life and a fast tempo.

As dessert, the poster put the artist with the longest career of the festival. Juan Magán brought reggaeton back to the stage. Although the end was coming, the party did not stop or fade away, but instead caught on even more. The final touch was provided by DJ Kike Rodríguez, a music lover of urban music and producer of artists such as Maka and Omar Montes. The festival ended at 6:00 in the morning with a final duration of twelve hours of intense twerking.

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