San Juan, 24 apr (EFE).- The reguetonero puertorriqueño y Yandel was included, along with the rapper american G-Eazy, as guest artists on the “remix” (a remix) of the song “Lotto”, the also interpreter urban american Joyner Lucas released this Friday, reported the representatives of the artist boricua.
The original topic of “Lotto” appears on the latest album of Joyner Lucas, “ADHD”, which is currently among the top ten best-selling list of Billboard 200 and Soundscan, according to Billboard magazine, were indicated by the representatives of Yandel in a press release issued today.
This is not the first time that Yandel collaborate on a theme with some other rapper american, since previously I had done next to your duo partner Wisin, on the theme “Women in the club” with 50 Cent, as well as with Chris Brown and T-Pain in “Something I like about you”, and “Burn it up”, with R. Kelly,
For his part, Joyner Lucas, 31 years old, and nominated twice for a Grammy award, has more than 1,000 million of visits on YouTube and more than 860 million plays on the music platform Spotify.
Nominations Joyner Lucas at the Grammy were in the year 2019 in the categories of Best Music Video for the song “I’m Not Racist” (I’m Not racist), and Best Rap Song for “Lucky You” (Lucky you), in which he collaborated with Eminem for his album “Kamikaze”.
The debut album of Joyner Lucas, “ADHD”, was preceded by the successful single, “Will”, a tribute to hip-hop, as well as the actor, producer and rapper american Will Smith.
The theme also includes a video, in which Luke pays tribute to Smith, recreating some of his works of art more recognized, as the television program “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” and the films “Bad Boys” and “Men in black”.
In addition, Luke has recently joined Will and his son, Jaden, for an episode of the new series on Snapchat ‘Smith, Will’s At Home”, where they talk about the creation and inspiration behind the video of “Will.”
Luke, in turn, stands among one of the contributors most in-demand hip-hop, including a series of simple, such as “Stranger Things”, “I Don’t Die” and “Just Let Go , that marked the beginning of a collaborative work in progress with Chris Brown titled “Angels & Demons”.
Brown and Luke also joined their voices on the topic “Need A Stack”, which included the collaboration of Lil Wayne. EFE