Justin Quiles has NEXT…
The 28-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton singer has been added to Deezer NEXT 2018, which focus on new emerging talent with a special emphasis on Latin artists.
The Deezer NEXT program includes 12 months of profile development, playlisting and taking part in creative artist marketing campaigns.
Quiles, who has written for artists like Daddy Yankee, Lil Jon and Maluma, joins a new roster that includes Brytiago, Greeicy and Javiera Mena.
Quiles has been signed to record label Rich Music. And in February 2017, the label and Quiles signed a distribution deal with Warner Music‘s Latin division.
Brytiago is signed to Daddy Yankee’s El Cartel Records and is the first Latin artist to be named a local Deezer NEXT act in both the US and in Latin America. The Puerto Rican singer was endorsed by the “big boss.”
“I am always looking for artists with longevity over an ‘in the moment’ artist without lasting power,” said Yankee.
Mena is a Latin Grammy nominee and Chilean Indie electro-pop musician; and Greeicy is a Colombian actress, singer-songwriter.
“I am excited for the journey with Deezer NEXT and look forward to being able to bring my songs to more people than ever before,” said Brytiago.
Deezer Next 2018 Latin class also includes Irie Kingz, a Colombian duo comprised of Oliva and Yeyo mixing Spanish and English known for “Me Want Party” and Mike Bahía, a Colombian popstar. Both acts were announced earlier this year.