“This has been a desire of mine for a truly prolonged time and eventually it really is turn out to be a truth,” DJ Nelson tells Billboard. “The purpose of this job is to elevate the urban society and help progress the occupation of producers and deejays of the new technology.” For more information, check out out the new venture’s web page at flowmixx.com.
Latin New music Week lineup
Billboard announced that Daddy Yankee, Karol G and Nicky Jam will headline the 2021 Latin Tunes 7 days introduced by Samsung in partnership with Amazon Tunes and Bacardi. Using position Sept. 20-24 at the Faena Discussion board in Miami, Billboard Latin Songs 7 days returns underneath the slogan “The Beat of Latin Audio,” creating its mark as the longest functioning and biggest Latin tunes market gathering in the globe.
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Aventura provides new tour dates
Aventura announced four new stadium dates across the U.S. as aspect of their closing operate collectively as a group. After advertising out their Aug. 14 exhibit at Miami’s Difficult Rock Stadium, the bachata supergroup will also now take a look at Chicago Los Angeles Arlington, Texas and East Rutherford, N.J. The Stay Country-generated 2021 stadium tour went on sale July 23 through ticketmaster.com. See the new dates down below.
Tommy Torres & Negative Bunny electronic protect
Puerto Rican stars Tommy Torres and Lousy Bunny graced 1 of Billboard‘s electronic covers this 7 days for our Producers Now package. The Q&A with Torres and Bunny explores their unprecedented collaboration for Torres’ new album, El Playlist de Anoche, that was developed and written by both equally artists.
“The behind-the-scenes photos feel like it was a session between a psychologist and a affected individual,” Lousy Bunny informed Billboard. “I was the patient lying down on the couch, and Tommy was the psychologist getting notes with a guitar and a laptop or computer.” Check out out our story below.
J Balin addresses Metallica
Metallica’s 1991 metallic anthem “Anywhere I May Roam” just acquired a new variation — in Spanish — many thanks to J Balvin, who unveiled his include Wednesday (July 21). The Colombian star’s reinvention of the keep track of, which will be included in the upcoming star-studded handles album, The Metallica Blacklist, finds Balvin rapping about his humble beginnings, his hustle, and fame more than hip-hop drums.
“One of my most loved bands and favorite songs,” the reggaeton star wrote on social media. “For the lifestyle! Audio was designed to unite.” The release, out on Sept. 10, celebrates the 30th anniversary of The Black Album with a addresses set that will characteristic additional than 50 artists having on tracks from Metallica’s chart-topping 1991 LP.