Playlist: the new Bad Bunny with Drake, the Decadents, Resident and more

Bad Bunny, the king of the Latin trap, presented this week the track on which Drake sings in Spanish Credit: video recording

This week Bad Bunny marked a new milestone for Latin American music in his first performance. with

that also sings in Castilian. While the fall of the king of Latin determines the sound of the present,

He took the opposite path: he joined the Spanish Nach to claim the rap from the old school. In addition,

The authentic decadents
They save a classic from their debut album from 1989,

He made a new excursion through the cumbia villera and Bobby Bucher returned to meet Lush One to deliver an existential trap.

Bad Bunny ft. Drake – "Mia"

It sounds like: The hit of the summer, three months earlier

Ideal for: Take something on the sidewalk with the music from the car speakers

If something was missing from the fall of the king of Latin America in this consecratory year, it was to add Drake to a song. and also uses it to sing in Spanish. Drizzy had already been tested in our language on "Hate", a theme from 2014 by Romeo Santos, to whom Bad Bunny dedicates a rhyme of this refreshing tropical house: "I am not Romeo but a saint / To these boobies with forty the horror. " Anxious!

The Authentic Decadents ft. Rubén Albarrán – "Loco (Your way of being)"

It sounds like: A (self) honest tribute to an unbreakable classic

Ideal for: Learn to play a little guitar

Almost 30 years after it has been issued in
The Argentine wonder, the debut of the Deca, the classic of Jorge Serrano finds a new life in this beautiful version of the
MTV Unplugged, that starts with an acoustic guitar and comes up thanks to the insane voice of Rubén Albarrán, from Café Tacvba.

Resident & Nach – "Gross Rap"

It sounds like: A statement of principles against all expectations

Ideal for: Show your nephew fan of the fall

In times of pitfall and pop, Resident and Spanish Nach turn their forces in hardcore mode to the & # 39; raperitos & # 39; from the moment confronted with those who put in a bar-off-bar for twenty-six minutes. "I do not shudder when I do not dream on radio & # 39; s / I dream in neighborhoods," says Nach. "I have never followed the rules with generic rap tracks / With a Peruvian box I wrote" Latin America & # 39; ", retruca Residente, which reinforces the tribute to the roots with a Cancerbero T-shirt.

Bad Fame ft. Dante – "Fat rat"

It sounds like: An infectious hit of synth-cumbia

Ideal for: Increase the volume at sunrise and drive your most hated neighbor crazy

In a new excursion through the cumbia villera, Dante adds a few rhymes of open condemnation and pleasure to this typical scene of the picaresque Malafese comedy, and ends together with Hernán Coronel an irresistible chorus: "Gordo rat, red and return the decanter".

Bobby Bucher & Lush One – "Who I Am"

It sounds like: rutero stairs

Ideal for: A session of transcendental meditation

The link between Bobby Bucher and Lush One was already a virtuoso in "Oo Ay", but the chemistry between the two reaches its peak in "Who I Am", where everyone does his part: Lush (an iconic host of the rap battlefield in North America) puts a funny and unpublished (for him) seriousness on the track – an existential fall of the west coast produced by Chase Moore, while Bucher defines it with that ghostly sharpness in the hook ("because I am") that on somehow reminds of Jim Morrison's peyoteritten on the territory of Navajo. From the disk
Hangovers & Recordings.