The Nigerian star's unexpected appearance on the duo's surprise album united afrobeats and urbano. It came together, of course, because of the internet.
The writer behind Cardi B's "I Like It" and other bangers is ready to top the charts under his own name.
Gaming the system by combining an original track with an ostensibly related one with some level of Latinx representation is a long-standing strategy.
Latin and American trap has been slow to get in bed together.
Only after his murder is the openly gay Latin trapero getting the attention his work deserved.
Even as Bad Bunny and J Balvin cozy up to English-language acts, there’s plenty of room for others to mine the darker, druggier corners of the genre.
With a boost from Carbon Fiber labelhead Farruko, the Afro-Honduran rapper stands poised to smash the genre's color barrier.
Drizzy hops on "MIA" with Bad Bunny and the result is everything you expected.
The Latin trap star is pushing against toxic masculinity while revealing the genre's limits of acceptance.