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Nova Y Jory
Nova & Jory were a reggaeton duo. Nova was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico and Jory was born in Carolina, Puerto Rico.[1] They started their career in 2003 and were signed to Loud Music at the time of their split. Their debut and only album Mucha Calidad, which after a couple setbacks and push dates, was officially released on July 12, 2011. In October 2012 they announced they had split amicably
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Reggaeton
Reggaeton
Reggaeton
(also known as reggaetón and reguetón[1]) is a musical genre which originated in Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico
during the late 1990s. It is influenced by hip hop and Latin American and Caribbean
Caribbean
music
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Zion & Lennox
Zion & Lennox are a reggaeton music duo from Carolina, Puerto Rico. In 2010, Zion & Lennox released their third studio album titled Los Verdaderos
Los Verdaderos
under Pina Records. After a financial dispute with Ralphy Pina, Zion & Lennox left Pina Records and started their own label, Baby Records Inc. The duo is made up of Félix Ortiz (Zion) and Gabriel Pizarro (Lennox).Contents1 Personal lives 2 Career 3 Discography3.1 Mixtapes 3.2 Singles4 Zion Discography4.1 Singles5 Lennox Discography5.1 Singles6 Accolades 7 References 8 External linksPersonal lives[edit] Félix Ortiz Torres and Gabriel Pizarro were born in Carolina, Puerto Rico
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Gotay
Alexis Alejandro Gotay Pérez (born June 22, 1985) known artistically as Gotay, is a singer-songwriter from Puerto Rico. He was born in Brooklyn
Brooklyn
to a Puerto Rican family, and eventually moved with them to the city of Bayamón, Puerto Rico. Their album "El Del Vibrato" and its subject "Real Love" He held the No. 1 position on several charts in Latin America, came to the top of many radio stations in the United States and Puerto Rico, and was in the top 20 of the Billboard Latin Rhythm of the magazine
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Billboard Top Latin Albums
Top Latin Albums is a record chart published by Billboard magazine and is labeled as the most important music chart for Spanish language, full-length albums in the American music market. Like all Billboard album charts, the chart is based on sales. Nielsen SoundScan compiles the sales data from merchants representing more than 90 percent of the U.S. music retail market. The sample includes sales at music stores, the music departments of electronics and department stores, direct-to-consumer transactions, and Internet sales
Internet sales
of physical albums or digital downloads. A limited array of verifiable sales from concert venues is also tabulated.[1] To rank on this chart, an album must have 51% or more of its content recorded in Spanish.[2] Listings of Top Latin Albums are also shown on Telemundo's music page through a partnership between the two companies
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Cosculluela
José Fernando Cosculluela
Cosculluela
Suárez (born October 15, 1980), also known artistically as Cosculluela, is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter.Contents1 Early life and education 2 Career2.1 El Príncipe 2.2 El Principe: Ghost Edition 2.3 El Niño 2.4 Santa Cos 2.5 Blanco Perla3 Discography3.1 Studio albums 3.2 Collaborations 3.3 Singles/Featuring4 References 5 External linksEarly life and education[edit] Cosculluela
Cosculluela
was born on October 15, 1980, to a Cuban father and a Puerto Rican mother. Cosculluela
Cosculluela
was raised in the exclusive gated community of Palmas del Mar
Palmas del Mar
in Humacao
Humacao
on the East Coast of Puerto Rico. He came from a very upper-class family. From a young age he became interested in tennis, eventually representing his high school Colegio San Antonio Abad tennis team in many tournaments
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Yaga Y Mackie
Yaga & Mackie are musicians, known for their collaborative work as a reggaeton duo from Puerto Rico. They are signed to Los Mackieavelikos Inc. Discography[edit] Sonando Diferente
Sonando Diferente
(2002) Clase Aparte (2004) La Moda
La Moda
(2005) La Reunión (2007) Los Mackieavelikos
Los Mackieavelikos
(2008) Los Mackieavelikos
Los Mackieavelikos
HD (2012)Mixtape[edit]Las Justas Mixtape (2007) Block Party - The Mixtape (2007) Los Rompemuelas - The Mixtape (2010)Solos[edit]Munequita (ft. Johnny Prez) Tortura La Batidora (ft. Don Omar) Vestido Blanco (ft. Don Omar) Muévete (ft. Pitbull) Buche y Pluma (ft. Julio Voltio) El Tren Nena Chula Bailando (ft. Nina Sky) Maulla (ft. Daddy Yankee) Pide Más (ft. Zion) Imposible Ignorarte (ft. Zion & Lennox) Aparentemente (ft. Arcángel
Arcángel
& De La Ghetto) El Pistolón (ft
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Arcangel
An archangel /ˌɑːrkˈeɪndʒəl/ is an angel of high rank. The word "archangel" itself is usually associated with the Abrahamic religions, but beings that are very similar to archangels are found in a number of religious traditions. The English word archangel is derived from the Greek ἀρχάγγελος (arch- + angel, literally chief angel or angel of origin).[1] It appears only once in the New Testament in the phrase 'the archangel Michael' (Jude 9)
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Voltio
Julio Voltio (born as Julio Irving Ramos Filomeno on June 11, 1977 in Santurce, Puerto Rico) was one of the reggaeton genre's best-known artists. Voltio is now retired.[citation needed] His nickname came to be as the result of an accident. Before joining Karel, he worked as an electrician. One day, he stuck his hand in the wrong place and got shocked.[citation needed] Everyone then called him "Bombillo" (Light Bulb) and "Corto Circuito" (Short Circuit), until eventually giving him a nickname that stuck: "Voltio" (Spanish word for volt). Voltio admits to having accepted Jesus. Julio said in an interview: "Yes, really I accepted Christ as my savior, I really do because sometimes you have a void in the hearts and one therefore needs."Contents1 Music career 2 Discography2.1 Albums 2.2 Singles 2.3 Guest appearances3 Filmography 4 References 5 External linksMusic career[edit] Growing up in the Parque Ecuestre section of Carolina, Voltio entered the music business as a teenager
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Ivy Queen
Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez[note 1] (born March 4, 1972), known as Ivy Queen, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actress and record producer. She was born in Añasco, Puerto Rico, but later moved with her parents to New York City, where she lived until she graduated of highschool when she returned to Puerto Rico. it was in San Juan where she met record producer DJ Negro, who helped her gain performing spots with a group called "The Noise"[1] at a local club. There she performed her first song "Somos Raperos Pero No Delincuentes" (We are Rappers, Not Gangsters). The Noise gained much attention due to their violent and explicitly sexual lyrics. Queen went solo in 1996, and released her debut studio album En Mi Imperio (In My Empire) which was quickly picked up by Sony Discos for distribution in 1997. She later released The Original Rude Girl, her second studio album for Sony label, which spawned the hit single "In the Zone"
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Plan B (duo)
Plan B is a Puerto Rican Reggaeton
Reggaeton
duo, consisting of Chencho (real name Orlando Javier Valle Vega, born in Bayamón, Puerto Rico) and Maldy (Edwin Vázquez Vega, born in Guayama, Puerto Rico), who are co-working cousins.[3] At an early age they had an attraction to Reggaeton
Reggaeton
music; all their efforts finally began to pay off when they met the famous music producer, DJ Blass, who gave them two the opportunity to participate in a Reggaeton
Reggaeton
compilation album called @ria 51: Aliados Al Escuadron and released their first recording "Voy Subiendo" in 1999.[4] At the time they were called "The Panic" until after their song "Plan B" (feat. Guelo Star) from the album Reggaeton Sex Vol. 2 (2000), also produced by DJ Blass.[5][6] It had everyone wondering 'Plan B' and then Chencho and Maldy dropped their original names in early 2001 and Plan B was born
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De La Ghetto
Rafael Castillo, better known by his stage name De La Ghetto, is an American reggaeton singer and songwriter originally part of the duo Arcángel & De La Ghetto.Contents1 Biography 2 Discography2.1 Albums 2.2 Mixtapes 2.3 Singles2.3.1 As featured artist3 References 4 External linksBiography[edit] Rafael was born in Manhattan, NY and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was born to a Dominican father and Puerto Rican mother. In 2004, he collaborated with reggaeton artist Arcángel (real name Austin Santos) to form the duo Arcángel & De la Ghetto; the group debuted with the single "Pégate", which was featured on Naldo's mixtape Sangre Nueva in 2005. He along with Arcángel signed to Zion's label Baby Records, and have appeared on numerous reggaeton albums including the compilation Mas Flow: Los Benjamins
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Yaga & Mackie
Yaga & Mackie are musicians, known for their collaborative work as a reggaeton duo from Puerto Rico. They are signed to Los Mackieavelikos Inc. Discography[edit] Sonando Diferente
Sonando Diferente
(2002) Clase Aparte (2004) La Moda
La Moda
(2005) La Reunión (2007) Los Mackieavelikos
Los Mackieavelikos
(2008) Los Mackieavelikos
Los Mackieavelikos
HD (2012)Mixtape[edit]Las Justas Mixtape (2007) Block Party - The Mixtape (2007) Los Rompemuelas - The Mixtape (2010)Solos[edit]Munequita (ft. Johnny Prez) Tortura La Batidora (ft. Don Omar) Vestido Blanco (ft. Don Omar) Muévete (ft. Pitbull) Buche y Pluma (ft. Julio Voltio) El Tren Nena Chula Bailando (ft. Nina Sky) Maulla (ft. Daddy Yankee) Pide Más (ft. Zion) Imposible Ignorarte (ft. Zion & Lennox) Aparentemente (ft. Arcángel
Arcángel
& De La Ghetto) El Pistolón (ft
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Yomo
Jose Alberto Torres Abreu (born June 17, 1980 in Chicago), known professionally as Yomo, is an American reggaeton singer of Puerto Rican descent. He was raised in Humacao, Puerto Rico. Before becoming a professional artist, he used to work as a handyman on Puerto Rico's Palmas Del Mar Beach Resort.[1]Contents1 Musical career 2 Discography2.1 Albums 2.2 Mixtapes 2.3 Singles 2.4 Collaborations3 ReferencesMusical career[edit] Yomo was born Jose Torres on June 17, 1980 in Chicago
Chicago
to Puerto Rican parents. He spent most of his childhood raised in Humacao, Puerto Rico. Yomo spent half of his life living in a small town in New York called Amsterdam. He is the youngest of three kids. Yomo is the father of 4 kids of three different women. Yomo dedicated his whole CD "My Destiny" to his ex-wife Jainel
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Polaco
Polaco is surname of:Jorge Polaco (born 1945), an Argentine filmmaker Peter Polaco, better known as Justin Credible (born 1973), American professional wrestler Pico Polaco, a mountain in the Cordillera de la Ramada range of the Andes of Argentina Lito & Polaco, Rafael Sierra (Lito) (born 1979) and Rafael Omar Polaco Molina (Polaco) (born 1976)See also[edit]Idioma polaco Glaciar de los Polacos Polacco (Italian form) Polacca - a type of merchant sailing vessel Polaco (slur) - a Spanish derogatory term for a CatalanThis page lists people with the surname Polaco
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Magnate Y Valentino
Magnate & Valentino were a Puerto Rican reggaeton duo made up of Ramón del Robledo Nuñez Oliviera known as Magnate (born 24 October 1982) and Peter González Torres known as Valentino (born 12 July 1980). The duo were initially called Los Nene before adopting the name Magnate y Valentino. They were among the first duos to include ballads and romantic songs in the discography. Having debuted in 1998 in an artists compilation album The Warriors 2: Batalla En Dos Tiempos, the two continued to be featured in other compilations like Tha Cream 4, 9 Plagas 2, The Flow 2 and The show en la Feria. However it was with Rompiendo el Hielo their debut album in 2002 that they were highlighted cooperating with Héctor & Tito in "Gata Celosa" and with Nicky Jam in "Quiero que hagas mujer". "Te Buscaré" arranged by Alejandro Montalván and Eduardo Reyes, was a huge hit. The follow-up albums were Sin Límite (2005), and Quimica Perfecta (2009)
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