San Juan, Jan 8 (EFE) .- The Puerto Rican urban artist Jon Z released his “remix” (remix) “NKB” this Friday, dedicated to the “divas” of the musical movement Natti Natasha, Karol G and Becky G, and in the one with Farruko, Brytiago, Darell, Eladio Carrión, Kevvo and Miky Woodz.
“This together goes down in history. I am extremely grateful to my colleagues and friends. The subject was brutal. Thank you all for the good energy and for giving everything to the song and music video,” Jon Z said in a press release .
The theme, which is in the style of the “drill” rhythm, a musical genre that originated in the 2010s in the American city of Chicago, pays tribute “to the divas” of the Latin urban movement and their “movements and sensuality”, according to was highlighted in the press release.
The “remix”, in turn, has a music video in which Jon Z, along with his colleagues who accompany him on this issue, “deliver a colorful and fun visual piece, with improvisations and originality by each artist”. highlighted in the statement.
The original single, featuring only Kevvo, has – so far – 16 million views on YouTube.
“NKB” is a release under the Chosen Few Emerald Entertainment label.
The original song, likewise, is included in Jon Z’s most recent album, called “Excuse the wait.”
In this album, in addition to Kevvo, other urban artists such as Ñengo Flow, Myke Towers, Bryant Myers, Juhn “El All Star”, Jenay, Jory Boy, Joyce Santana, Russ Millions and JB Scofield are invited.
In addition to “Excuse the wait”, productions such as “Voodoo” (2019), “Super Saiyan Flow” (2018), “JonTrapVolta” (2017) and “The Game is about to change” (2015) feed Jon Z’s musical career. ).
Meanwhile, other outstanding songs that Jon Z has released are “0 Sentimientos” (remix), in which the veteran Puerto Rican reggaeton player Baby Rasta appears, along with Noriel, Darkiel, Lyann and Messiah; and “If I win a Grammy”, “I never love myself” and “Super Jon-Z”.