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the new Wos with Gustavo Santaolalla, collaboration of J Mena with the Palmeras and more

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the new Wos with Gustavo Santaolalla, collaboration of J Mena with the Palmeras and more

Wos ft. Gustavo Santaolalla – Melancholy

Wos surprised with the premiere of Melancolía, recorded with the collaboration of Gustavo Santaolalla and presented as the third and final preview of a new album that will be called Descartable and will be released in March.

With a cross between cumbia and Andean folklore, the musician proposes a new twist within his musical palette to renew the soundscape of his social criticism and accompanies it with an official video directed by Andrés Capasso (Noduermo).

J mena and Los Palmeras- Elegant

The artist continues to venture into cumbia and this time she brought together the greatest exponents. The result is a catchy song after song, ideal for dancing.

Los Palmeras have been carrying out different collaborations with artists outside their genre and giving the opportunity to new generations, such as LOUTA and Yami Safdie, with whom they made their last production before that of Jimena Barón.

Mecha Maturín – Running

The rapper from Cordoba released Running, his first single of the year released by the CIRI RECORDS label, produced by VALENT with Mix & Master by KLAPPEN.MIX that begins to outline an ambitious and focused commitment towards the musical side of the artist from Villa Carlos Paz.

It is a powerful track that flows between techno and trap – the artist, freestyler and MC makes his triumphant entry this year stomping hard and at full speed. After establishing himself as the last Red Bull 5 Lives Battle champion in Colombia and about to compete in the FMS International Final in Mexico City next Saturday, Mecha is going for everything: “I accomplished many goals at the freestyle level, I obtained world podiums, I traveled all over the country. I started to reach a new audience that is not exclusively from the rap world, and I want to show that I can not only freestyle, but also make music. My idea is that both facets coexist.”

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Other releases from Friday

Milo J and Foking- My last peso

After the success of his Bzrp Session, Milo J takes up the beat produced by Bizarrap and recycles it in this collaboration with Foking. A fresh melody and a poised Milo that shows that he will stomp on every song he releases.

Márama, Emanero and Ráfaga – It all started dancing

The Uruguayan cumbia group covered one of their biggest hits with the classic band Ráfaga and one of the singers of the moment, Emanero.

Rei – Halfway

The urban artist continues to surprise and this time he demonstrates his versatility when it comes to going out with a quartet.

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