Bizarrap is back with a new collaboration and a new EP…
The 25-year-old Argentine DJ and record producer has teamed up with Milo J to release his latest collaboration “BZRP Music Session #57.”
Before releasing the new collaboration, Bizarrap went on Instagram Live to share his thoughts about Milo J. He said he wanted to clarify that the music session arose because of his great connection with the 16-year-old Argentinean rapper in the studio. He says he’s the youngest artist who’s done a music session with him. Biza also says he was mind-blown over the quality of Milo’s talent to create music.
As a result, instead of releasing one music session, Bizarrap shared a total of five tracks that he recorded over three months with Milo J. The final product: en dormir sin Madrid, an EP that also includes: “Toy en el Mic,” “No soy Eterno,” “Fruto,” and “Penas de Antaño.”
“BZRP Music Session #57” features a synth-heavy beat with Milo J’s baritone vocals. The music session is warmly hued, different from Biza’s signature blue-hued sessions. The beat changes to a trap-influenced beat carried throughout the session’s first part.
In the second song, named “Toy en el Mic,” Milo J echoes Peso Pluma’s music session. The track highlights a flamenco-influenced meshed-in trap melody that captures more of Milo’s vocal versatility.
The third single, titled “No soy Eterno,” features a deep, pulsating melody with Milo J singing about heartbreak. The video shows the emerging rapper in a deserted landscape. Other clips show fireworks in the background as he raps about a breakup.
The fourth song, “Fruto,” features a piano-driven intro with a bass-heavy beat categorized by its bouncing BPM switch-ups. Moreover, the intro samples the iconic “El Día De Mi Suerte” by Willie Colón and Héctor Lavoe.
The final track, “Penas de Antaño,” closes with a sentimental feature by Milo. This time, he talks about his personal emotions while the visuals show candid clips of his musical journey. Overall, the five-part BZRP music session – and new joint EP – captures five different faces of a young, versatile artist who appears ready to take the spotlight.
Milo J, born Camilo Joaquín Villarruel, began his career only two years ago. However, it appears that he’s quickly becoming one of the most exciting artists to watch.