El Alfa Collaborates with Tyga on the New Single “Trappea”

There’s new music on trap for El Alfa.

The Dominican dembow and Latin trap recording artist has joined voices with Tyga for the single “Trappea” for his latest musical venture.

El Alfa

Marking the pair’s first-ever collaboration, ‘Trappea” features Tyga rapping in English over the infectious dembow melodies that are distinctive of El Alfa’s sound.

“I’m the pride of an entire country. An example to follow,” El Alfa proudly proclaims on Instagram.

Tyga, also made the announcement on his account, sharing a set of Dominican flag and fire emojis. “Drop a flag wherever you [are] from,” he expressed.

In the colorful music video, directed by Rodrigo Films, both artists are seen jamming to the music video as a group of women show off their twerking skills.

El Alfa has previously teamed up with Diplo, Anuel AA, Bad Bunny and Cardi B.

Cardi B Releases Wet & Wild Music Video for “WAP,” Her Collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion

Cardi B’s back with a Wap-ping good time…

The 27-year-old half-Dominican American rap superstar has released the music video for “WAP,” her twerk-tastic new collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion.

Cardi B & Megan Thee Stallion "WAP" Video

The music video for the thumping new track takes place in and around a luxurious mansion that has a fountain out front featuring a bootylicious fountain. 

“I just want to let y’all know, I wanna give y’all the heads up, the music video is going to be the censored version of the song, because the song is so nasty that YouTube was like, ‘Hold on, wait a minute, someone might be too Goddamn nasty,” Cardi B revealed on Instagram prior to the release, encouraging fans to listen to the full “nasty” version on streaming services.

The girl power-fueled video for “WAP” features cameos by the likes of Spanish singing sensation Rosalia, in full body red latex and a Spanish matador’s montera hat with the braids to match her hair color, Kylie Jenner and Normani to rising artists like SukihanaRubi Rose and Mulatto.

“I wanted a lot of different females, not just female rappers. I wanted different…A lot of different people. And y’all going to see it on the music video as well, from models to influencers and everything,” she told Zane Lowe in an Apple Music interview about the visual. “And I really wanted the video to be very sexy, very clean, very nice, very cut. All right, we need some female artists, rappers. And I’m like, ‘These are the girls that I personally like. That I like they music. That I really feel they are going to go mainstream, to me.’ All the girls right here, there’s different things that I like about them.”

“WAP” is Cardi B’s first music release of the year. It follows “South of the Border,” her collaboration with Ed Sheeran and Camila Cabello, released in July 2019; “Yes,” her collaboration with Fat Joe and Anuel AA, released in September 2019; and “Writing on the Wall,” her collaboration with French MontanaPost Malone and Rvssian, released in September 2019.