Anderson .Paak

Born Brandon Paak Anderson in Oxnard, California, as a teen he played drums in his church Band. His transformation into Anderson .Paak, with his debut album Venice and a sophomore release, 2016’s Malibu met with universal rave reviews. .Paak is now a 4x GRAMMY Award winner, producer, songwriter, artist & director. Anderson released his highly regarded 2020 single “Lockdown” on Juneteenth.

Inspiration for the song came from .Paak’s participation in a Los Angeles protest against police brutality. .Paak won the GRAMMY Award for Best Melodic Rap Performance of “Lockdown” and the politically charged video directed by Dave Meyers, garnered .Paak a GRAMMY nom for Best Music…

Ozuna

The multi-award-winning Puerto Rican singer and songwriter OZUNA is one of LatThe multi-award-winning Puerto Rican singer and songwriter OZUNA is one of Latin music’s most iconic and listened-to artists around the world. Since launching his musical career in 2015, Ozuna has won countless accolades, including making Time Magazine’s Most Influential People list (2019), and winning BMI’s Contemporary Latin Songwriter of the Year (2019, 2021) and Contemporary Latin Song of the Year “Taki Taki” (2020).

He won his first two Latin GRAMMYs® in November 2020, for his collaboration “Yo x Ti, Tú x Mí,” with ROSALÍA. He also took home the Extraordinary Evolution Award at the 2021 Latin American Music…

Kali Uchis

Kali Uchis is a true multi-hyphenate visionary from music to directing to fashion and beyond. A dual citizen of Colombia and the United States, Kali was raised between the two countries, moving to Colombia with her family as a toddler and beginning school there—Spanish was her first language.

In 2015, Kali released her debut project Por Vida to widespread critical acclaim. Kali then began
collaborating with artists Tyler, the Creator, Daniel Ceasar, Miguel, Jorja Smith, and Gorillaz quickly establishing her range and respect within the industry. After much anticipation, Kali released her first studio album on Interscope, Isolation, in 2018 with ‘After the Storm’ reaching 2x platinum…

Djlodown

In 1997, following the release of her landmark debut album Baduizm, Erykah Badu was dubbed the “Queen of Neo-Soul” in the press. It was a fine enough title at the time; neo-soul was a nascent subgenre and journalists were trying to grapple with this new sound. But Badu was never just that, and was never meant to rule one thing. A forward-thinking creator, she was a gentle spirit and a badass, a multifaceted mix of tender R&B and old-school funk. So the title “Queen of Neo-Soul,” as regal as it sounds, could never capture Badu’s true depth — and 23 years later, she’s still defying the term.

The plan was to spend 2020 performing but the appearance of Covid of course canceled all…

Beenie Man

Moses Davis, better known by his stage moniker Beenie Man was born in the tough Waterhouse district of Kingston, Jamaica on August 22, 1973. Regarded as one of Jamaica’s biggest exports, Beenie Man’s recording career stretches back to 1981. The witty toaster began his true ascent to stardom in the early ’90s, and by 1994, his reputation couldn’t be beaten.

By the time he was ready for school, the toddler had already decided on a career as a DJ.
He wasn’t the first to dream of the limelight, but Beenie actually had a true gift for gab. His shot at stardom came when he was only eight when he took first prize at the national Tastee Talent contest. This led to…

Flatbush Zoombies

Flatbush Zoombies is an English R & B singer/songwriter whose soulful, jazz-tinged cadence, heartfelt lyrics, and retro sound invoke names like Lauryn Hill, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, and Amy Winehouse, the latter of whom the Walsall-based artist cites as her biggest influence. Smith issued her debut single, “Blue Lights,” in 2016 followed by “A Prince” and then “Where Did I Go?”

2016 eventually culminated with the release of Smith’s debut EP, Project 11. The following year saw her international profile elevated via her multiple appearances on Drake’s surprise playlist/LP More Life, which saw her holding court amongst a bevy of high-profile guests like Kanye West, Young Thug, 2 Chainz, and…

Bomba Estereo

Bomba Estéreo was founded in Colombia in 2006 by musician Simón Mejía and singer Li Saumet. Together, they created a unique project that would become one of the most attractive music groups in the world. Throughout its career, Bomba Estéreo has toured all over the world, playing the stages of some of the most important music festivals, clubs and venues, and attracting millions of people to its eclectic avant-garde fusion of electronic and Caribbean sounds.

Bomba Estéreo has been nominated to The GRAMMYs two times with their albums ‘Amanecer’ and ‘Ayo’, and has also been nominated to six Latin GRAMMYs, where in 2015 the band performed ‘Fiesta’ at the ceremony’s main show with…

Pabllo Vittar

Singer-songwriter and drag queen, Pabllo Vittar, is a 26-year-old Latin Grammy nominee, MTV EMA & MIAW Award-winner, and a ‘Next Generation Leader,’ according to TIME Magazine. In 2017, Pabllo released her debut album, ‘Vai Passar Mal,’ which included ‘K.O.’ and ‘Corpo Sensual,’ and with both peaking at #1 in the Brazilian market. In 2018, her second album ‘Não Para Não,’ was released and broke the record of the most streamed album on Spotify Brazil in the first 24 hours with all tracks charting on the Spotify Global Top 40. In 2020, her third LP, ‘111,’ which has been streamed upwards of 750+ million times, was her first trilingual release in Portugese, English, and…

Tokischa

Tokischa Altagracia peralta, mejor conocida como Tokischa, es una rapera dominicana, sus letras reconstruyen la percepciones y normas sobre la mujer en la vida.

Después de trabajar como modelo para el fotógrafo Raymi Paulus, se le ofreció ingresar en la industria de la música. Firmó un contrato de grabación con Paulus Music y lanzó su sencillo debut “”Pícala””, con gran éxito regional. Sus letras y su imagen pública a menudo han sido catalogadas como “”controvertidas”” pero “”liberadoras”” por los medios de comunicación internacionales, lo que ha provocado controversias y ha recibido una amplia cobertura…

Djcamilo

WARNING! Before he was a Heavy Hitter, a Party Rocker or the International Club King, DJ Camilo was just a Colombian kid from Queens named Juan Camilo Sanchez. Introduced to the art of turntables at age 12, Camilo debuted his first mixtape in the late 90’s called “CAMILO Vol. 1”. Encouraged by the positive response “CAMILO Vol. 1” received, Camilo began releasing monthly mixtapes and quickly made a name for himself in the NYC club scene. In 2001, he caught the eye of DJ Enuff, who worked at the most famous hip-hop radio station in America: New York’s Hot 97. Along with the late DJ Threat, Enuff invited Camilo to join their new DJ crew called The Heavy…