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SI TÚ SUPIERAS - Bonus Track
Feid
03:16
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Perra
J Balvin, Tokischa
02:38
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Jordan
Ryan Castro
02:56
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Poblado - Remix
J Balvin, KAROL G, Nicky Jam, Crissin, Totoy El Frio, Natan & Shander
06:33
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L.N.E.M. (GATA) (feat. Kapla y Miky, Philip Ariaz & Blessd)
Maluma, Kapla y Miky, Philip Ariaz, Blessd
04:12
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LEYENDAS
KAROL G, Wisin & Yandel, Nicky Jam, Ivy Queen, Zion, Alberto Stylee
05:52
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La Suite (feat. Kevin Roldan) - Remix
Reykon, J Alvarez, Jamby El Favo, Kevin Roldan
04:40
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Delincuente
Sebastian Yatra, Jhay Cortez
03:22
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Dos Problemas (feat. Big Soto) - Remix
Blessd, Javiielo, Neutro Shorty, Big Soto
04:03
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Insomnio
Métricas Frías, LeykingProducer, Hache, One Rose
02:53
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WOW
Mabiland
02:51
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Nube Gris
Sr Pablo
02:29
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Parchesito de Andén
Kiño, Métricas Frías, DeeJohend
02:54
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Smallove
Mar Rockathome, AvenREC
03:42
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Luv Supreme
Soul AM
01:45
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Siempre
Dany F
03:24
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Not an Interlude
Stream Cred
02:15
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Amor y Deudas
Las Hermanitas Calle, Puerto Candelaria
03:57
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Head In The Clouds
Body Music, Bosq
04:04
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Nada
Ferales
03:26
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Entre Ojetes y Orates
Militantex
05:53

Medellín

It’s where reggaeton meets sensual pop, MC’s scathing flows describe blatant social inequalities and soaring electronica tries to soothe a violent populous. Welcome to the new sounds from Medellín.

Medellín is the second most populous city in Colombia after Bogota. Its three million inhabitants, known as ‘Paisas’, enjoy some pretty exceptional geography – the city is located in a valley in the Andes mountains.

Made infamous by Pablo Escobar, who made it the headquarters of his cartel from the 1970s until the early 1990s, Medellín has been the scene of a great deal of violence, leaving the city with some deep scars. Both its painful past and the city’s rich cultural mix have left their mark on Medellín’s music.

Medellín has given birth to major players in reggaeton such as Karol G, J Balvin and Maluma. Their music deals with light-hearted subjects, often linked to the heart, as if to exorcise the violence they’ve experienced. Topping the charts in Colombia with "SI TÚ SUPIERAS," Feid sings about an indelible heartbreak on a catchy melody. Ryan Castro, on the other hand, describes a torrid night of dancing and rum drinking with a young Colombian girl in his song "Jordan."  In this vein, Métricas Frias evokes his anxiety in "Insomnio", while Kino denounces oblivious consumerism in "Parchesito de Anden", advocating a return to humanistic values.

When it comes to musical production, much machine tinkering and creative competitiveness has led to imaginative creations ranging  from ghostly beats joined by ethereal samples with Soul AM, languid abstract hip-hop in the case of Stream Cred or ultra danceable future funk with Body Music.  And of course, some of these productions are part of the Colombian cumbia tradition, which these artists continue to nourish.

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