Rauw Alejandro to Headline First-Ever Vibra Urbana Music Festival Orlando Edition

Rauw Alejandro is bringing some vibra to Orlando…

Following its inaugural edition in Miami last February 2020, the Vibra Urbana Music Festival will make its debut in Orlando with a two-day event featuring the 28-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, singer and composer.

Rauw Alejandro

Set to take place July 31 – August 1, phase one of this year’s lineup includes artists like, Sech, Mora, Mariah Angeliq, Alex Rose, Dalex, Eladio CarrionZion & Lennox, among others, who are set to perform at the Orlando Amphitheater. Additional artists will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

“After over a year since our last show as a result of the pandemic, our team wanted to make sure we delivered the most exciting and energetic festival for our fans,” Javier Caso, founder and partner of Vibra Urbana, said in a statement. “Being able to bring our Vibras to a second city in the Sunshine State makes us beyond excited.”

“We are honored to be bringing some of the biggest and brightest names in the genre with Rauw Alejandro and Sech, along with one of the legendary groups in reggaeton, Zion Y Lennox,” added Kirk Taboada, head of talent and Vibra Urbana partner. “It has always been a dream of mine to do a reggaeton festival here in my home state. Orlando, I hope you’re ready for us!”

Other artists set to perform in Orlando include Boza, Eix, El Prefe, Emilia, LATENIGHTJIGGY, Marconi Impara, Mario Duran and Omy de Oro. Tickets will go on-sale on Friday, May 14, at 10:00 a.m. ET at www.vibraurbanafest.com.

Growing from a single-day event to two days, Vibra Urbana will also return to Miami at the Miami Dade County Fair & Expo Center on December 18-19. This year, the outdoor fest will transform into an immersive two-day experience in a new, open-air format.


Jay Ulloa Releases Music Video for New Bilingual Single “Cold”

Jay Ulloais coming in from the cold

Flaunting his crisp bilingual vocals, the 17-year-old Mexican-American singerhasdebuted the music video for his latest single “Cold.” 

Jay Ulloa

In collaboration with rising artist Eix, Ulloa sings about his heart being cold after breaking up with his girlfriend. 

“Como te pido perdon, cuando no fui suficiente,” he kicks off the track in Spanish, before singing, “I wish I would’ve known better, cause I probably would’ve done better” in English.

“Cold,” which fuses urban-pop and EDM, was produced byKarloff and written by both Ulloa and Eix, alongside Dayyon AlexanderJeff Shum and Dani Blau.

“I feel so blessed to be able to live my dream,” Ulloa says. “I am the eldest of six and my mission has always been to inspire them by showing them that everything is possible. As long as you believe it and do the work, you will always succeed.” The music video, which was filmed in Los Angeles and features Dominican model Britney Vargas, was directed by Bawsee and produced by Roman Empire. The clip shows Ulloa singing the track as he’s on the mission of winning his ex back.