If anything was demonstrated in this global emergency, is that celebrities have brought out his more human side. From their trenches, have supported the population that has been affected by the epidemic coronavirus. But what is more noble, is that they have also been supported between them. It is no secret that the music industry is one of the hardest hit by the decree of confinement mandatory. But in the last few weeks The Black Eyed Peas have been in the news for their collaborations.
Between them come out of the Anita, J Balvin and Ozuna. And given the success abysmal band american revealed his admiration for the talent of the artists urban Latin with an emotional message: “They have made themselves, without being a product of a record label and owners of their success. That is to say, they are the new titans of the music and we have a lot to learn from your style of music”. Thus expressed the grouping in an interview to the news agency EFE.
On the other hand, the band member and singer-songwriter Will.I.am, featured with luxurious details who is part of this “club of the titans”: Rosalia, Karol G, Maluma, Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee, and Tego Calderon. Even, made a special mention to the mexican singer died, Joan Sebastian. It is worth to point out that “Mamacita”, the recent single with Ozuna, was catapulted to the top of popularity by having a cut that fuses pop, dance and rhythm american urban.
Coupled with this, Will.I.am expressed his complete admiration and respect for the music culture mexican: “The way in which they have developed their careers and how they’ve managed to keep, support their families, and having their luxuries, planes and other things and in addition help among them, is a lesson that many in the music gringo have to learn”. In addition, he was the one who initiated this move, the duets with concerning latinos until it extended to the grouping as such. Then, everything points to that could be translated to future recordings with the label latino.
While Jaime Luis Gomez, another member of the band, he confessed that, for personal reasons, decided to “walk away” from its Latin roots. However, his breakthrough in the music industry did that reencontrara with its origins, and could not refrain himself, as expressed in the interview with EFE: “In my childhood I liked to say that he was latino and I backed up everything possible. I identified more with the indigenous roots of my mother and the african-american culture of the street. I wanted to feel that I was part of something between what I had closest. To find my identity.”