Nicky Jam Releases New Single “Polvo,” Featuring Myke Towers

Nicky Jam is ending this tumultuous year with a bang(er).

The 39-year-old Puerto Rican and Dominican American reggaeton singer has released the new single “Polvo,” featuring Myke Towers.

Nicky Jam

Produced by Sky Rompiendo and recorded by Saga Whiteblack, Nicky Jam’s new single with the 26-year-old Puerto Rican rapper/singer promises to become one of the bangers of 2021.

The track centers on two people who aren’t on speaking terms despite having sexual chemistry.

Mi polvo favorito, eh / La baby que yo necesito / ¿Por qué no vienes aquí ahora? / No quiero terminar así, no quiero que duermas sola,” Jam sings in the chorus.

The song starts off with an enthralling piano melody that transforms into a sultry reggaeton beat.

The music video was directed by Mike Ho and produced by Cinema Giants and features model and Nicky Jam’s fiancé Cydney Moreau.

Sky Rompiendo Signs Exclusive Multi-Year Worldwide Deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing

Sky Rompiendo is switching alliances…

Sony/ATV Music Publishing entered an exclusive multi-year worldwide publishing agreement with the Colombian producer and songwriter.

Sky Rompiendo

Formerly signed to Warner Chappell Music, Sky Rompiendo joins Sony’s roster as his career is on the rise. 

“This is a new challenge,” Sky said about the deal. “With the experience I have gained over the years coupled with this new alliance, I hope that I will be able to discover just how far music will take me.”

J Balvin‘s executive producer and longtime collaborator, Sky produced Balvin’s Colores, which peaked at No. 2 on Billboard‘sTop Latin Albums chart and debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard 200.

Sky is one of the foremost producers and songwriters working in music today,” said Jorge Mejía, president and CEO of Sony/ATV Music Publishing’s Latin American and U.S. Latin. “We are honored to have him join our family, and are so looking forward to being part of what’s next!”

Currently, the five-time Latin Grammy-winning producer is working with RosalíaManuel Turizo and Nicky Jam, among others. 

Most recently, the chart-topping producer co-produced Rosalía and Travis Scott‘s “TKN,” which peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated June 13.

Feid Releases “Porfa” Remix Featuring J Balvin, Nicky Jam, Maluma & Sech

Feid is (re)mixing things up…

The 27-year-old Colombian singer and songwriter has recruited some big name Latin stars for the recently released remix of his single “Porfa.”

Feid

Feid recruited his good friends J BalvinNicky JamMaluma and Sech for the star-studded collaboration.

The original Sky Rompiendo-produced track, released late last year, featured Justin Quiles

The song perfectly highlights Feid’s distinguishable R&B-tropical-pop fusions. In February, he dropped the official music video.

With the remix, Feid has coined the song as “possibly his best song all year.” 

“Porfa” is about wanting your ex to come back to you.

“I ask you to please don’t leave, stay with me/ I lost track of all the days I haven’t eaten/ I’m going crazy looking for you and I can’t find you/ I don’t want to touch anyone else to be with you,” the lyrics express. 

On the remix, the collaborators spit their verses asking for their girl to return.

The nearly seven-minute music video shows all six artists performing the song in a neon-drenched room with old televisions as different models are wandering alone as a sign that they’re enjoying their independence.

On the Billboard charts, “Porfa” has secured chart entries on Hot Latin Songs and Latin Airplay charts.

Rosalía Makes First Chart Visit on Billboard Hot 100 with Travis Scott Collaboration, “TKN”

It’s a special first for Rosalía

The 26-year-old Grammy-winning Spanish singer has notched her first chart visit on the Billboard Hot 100, as her Travis Scott collaboration “TKN” arrives at No. 66 on the all-genre chart dated June 13.

Rosalia

Additionally, Rosalia and Scott’s new single debuts at No. 2 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

The dembow-infused tune with a trap beat was co-produced by both acts with El GuinchoSky RompiendoTainy and Teo Halm. It was released May 28 via Columbia Records.

“TKN” lands on both charts mostly on the strength of streaming activity. The bilingual track collected 7.3 million U.S. clicks in the week ending June 4, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, which yields a No. 1 debut on the Latin Streaming Songs chart.

“TKN” also registered 5,000 downloads in the week ending May 4, and debuts at No. 1 on the Latin Digital Song Sales chart. It’s the second No. 1 for Rosalia on that list, and first for Scott.

“TKN” marks the highest charting title for Rosalia on Hot Latin Songs. She previously ranked as high as No. 12 with “Yo X Ti, Tú x Mi” with Ozuna (January 11-dated tally), and with her first chart entry, “Con Altura” with J Balvin and El Guincho (chart dated June 29, 2019). 

“TKN” is the pair’s second team-up. Their first collaboration arrived through the remix of Scott’s Hot 100 No. 1 “Highest in the Room,” which also features Lil Baby.

J Balvin Releases Trippy Music Video for “Blanco”

J Balvin is whiteon time with a new video…

The 34-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer has released the official music video for his latest single, “Blanco,” which features head-spinning beats, a lot of white, and flying cats.

J Balvin Blanco

J Blavin had previously teased the video release to his fans with a 15-second clip two days before, using a happy face and world emoji and tagging producer Sky Rompiendo, director Colin Tilleyand Boy in the Castle Productions

The music video for“ Blanco” begins with a rainbow booklet called “Colors of J Balvin” being flipped before it stops on a white page. 

“I’ll eat you without a beat, a capella, slowly because the night awaits,” he sings in the opening verse. “Here’s your Medellin boy,” J Balvin also says in Spanish as a dance-infused urban melody with deep percussions plays in the background.

Scenes of the video, filmed by Tilley, feature an all-white scenery including trippy dancers, J Balvin rocking a white hairdo and outfit, and a white flying cat, paying homage to the song’s title.

This isn’t the first time J Balvin has teamed up with the California-based director. 

Tilley also directed J Balvin and Bad Bunny’s videos for “Que Pretendes,” “Yo Le Llego,” “Cuidao’ Por Ahi” and “La Canción.”