Tras su colaboración con Hailee Steinfeld, esta semana, el DJ / productor Alesso colabora con la estrella brasileña Anitta para una nueva canción.
El 13 de octubre, Alesso dejó el video musical en "Is That For Me". Mientras que el verano puede haber terminado por completo, Alesso y Anitta trajeron algunas de las vibraciones caribeñas con su pista de casa tropical.
Llevando la canción un paso más allá, el video musical muestra a los dos en una selva tropical explorando y bailando.
El mes pasado, Anitta hizo su debut en Estados Unidos con su canción "Will I See You". Antes de eso, ha llamado la atención de muchos con su colaboración pasada con Major Lazer para su canción "Sua Cara".
Lin-Manuel Miranda, Fat Joe, Jennifer Lopez, Joell Ortiz and More Sing for Puerto Rico on ‘Almost Like Praying’
Singer-playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda has corralled some of the biggest names in music for his Puerto Rico benefit single, “Almost Like Praying.” Proceeds from the song will go to the ongoing relief efforts in PR.
“Almost Like Praying” can be viewed as a “We Are the World” song for Puerto Rico. Big-name artists like Marc Anthony, Fat Joe, Joell Ortiz, Jennifer Lopez, Ruben Blades, Gloria Estefan, Camila Cabello, John Leguizamo, Rita Moreno, Ednita Nazario, Anthony Ramos, Gina Rodriguez, Pedro Capo, Dessa, Luis Fonsi, Juan Luis Guerra, Alex Lacamoire and more appear on the track singing about their beloved Puerto Rico island.
Fat Joe, who appears on the song, is very frustrated by the slow response of the Trump administration to help Puerto Rico. “We feel stranded. We’re U.S. citizens and Puerto Rico has paid their part,” he said.
“I have two little cousins that’s in the Army right now willing to give their life for this country, and the fact that it took so long to get any help out there, that’s what I mean,” he continued. “So we had to mobilize and power ourselves to collect canned food, and water and women’s hygiene toothpaste to give back to our own community and that we did.”
Fat Joe was able to collect 2 million pounds of food and water to fill ten huge planes for Puerto Rico. The Bronx rapper vows to make sure that the supplies go to the hardest hit areas of Puerto Rico.
In her new video for “100 Vidas,” Puerto Rican recording artist Calma Carmona takes us on a ride through authentic San Juan after dark, from sweaty dance parties to late-night horse races. The Álvaro Aponte-Centeno-directed video sets Carmona's warm and sultry vocals against intimate scenes of boxers training in the ring and abuelos playing dominoes.
The Latin soul singer, who opened for Beyoncé during her Mrs. Carter World Tour in Puerto Rico, has lived in various U.S. states, Germany, and her home of Puerto Rico
“100 Vidas” is Spanish for “100 lives.” It’s a love song that plays with the subjects of past lives, déjà vus, and destiny. “100 Vidas no me dan para amarte como se debe” / ”100 lives aren’t enough to love you.” Produced by Carlos Mercader, the guitarist, and I, we chose sounds that moved us, rather than choosing a particular genre: atmospheric electronic pads, soulful guitar and bass, and Afro-Latin percussions. [It's about] selecting and mixing colors that make you feel a certain way, until the painting feels complete.
The video shows a raw glimpse of where we’re from, where we live, in the Caribbean. Although it only shows just a few subcultures in different towns, including San Juan, we wanted to remind people that Puerto Rico is an island in the Caribbean, that has so much in common with our neighbor islands. It’s full of rich subcultures, yet within this coexistence it never feels divided. You can easily experience all these layers and always feel at home, welcomed.
SOURCE THE FADER