Natti Natasha Teams Up with El Alfa & Chimbala for New Dembow Track “WOW BB”

Natti Natasha is bringing the wow

The 35-year-old Dominican singer has teamed up with El Alfa and Chimbala – two pioneers of the dembow movement – to release the new single “WOW BB.”

Natti NatashaThe flirtatious track, produced by B-One, DJ Luian, Mambo Kingz and Raphy Pina, is a playful dembow track about two men who are trying to swoon the same girl.

She, however, is independent and unimpressed by their coquetry.

More than a great summer anthem, “WOW BB” flaunts pure Dominican power as the three artists unite their distinct vocals and flow.

The three artists officially debuted the song on television at the 2022 Premio Lo Nuestro.

Natti Natasha Getting Her Own Original Amazon Prime Series

Natti Natasha is embracing the love

The 34-year-old Dominican-Honduran singer/songwriter is getting her own original series on Amazon Prime.

Natti Natasha

The six-episode series titled Everybody Loves Natti will premiere on November 19 on the streaming platform.

The series will offer a glimpse into Natti Naasha’s journey, including her personal and professional life.

Over six episodes, Everybody Loves Natti will cover details of the reggaeton star’s personal life, including her fertility issues and her experience with her latest album, Nattividad.

The series will also feature her friends and collaborators Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Becky G, Yovanna Ventura, Ariadna Gutiérrez and more.

Mona Scott-Young, producer of the Love & Hip Hop franchise, serves as series creator and executive producer, along with executive producers Natasha and Raphy Pina.

Natti Natasha to Take Part in Special Motherhood Talk During This Year’s Billboard Latin Music Week

Natti Natasha is opening up about being a new mom…

The 34-year-old Dominican singer and songwriter will be taking part in a special talk entitled “There’s No Hood Like Motherhood” at this year’s Billboard Latin Music Week.

Natti Natasha

Returning to Miami in September, the weeklong event unites the top Latin hitmakers, influencers and industry leaders, and features live performances and conversations with superstars.

Natti Natasha will appear alongside Telemundo’s Adamari López for a candid conversation on wellness, babies and superstardom.

The “Antes Que Salga El Sol” singer gave birth to her first child, a baby girl named Vida Isabelle, in May with longtime manager and fiancé Raphy Pina of Pina Records.

Recently announced panels include the “Mano a Mano” panel with Rauw Alejandro and Myke Towers, during which both chart-topping artists will discuss new projects, upcoming tours and the challenges and advantages for the new wave of reggaetón artists; “Making the Hit, Live” masterclass with Lunay and his longtime producers Chris Jedi and Gaby Music; and the “Coming Out Latin” panel with Raymix, Esteman, Erika Vidrio and Johnny Caz of Grupo Firme for an insightful and heartfelt conversation on the challenges and rewards of coming out as a Latin music act.

The star-studded 2021 Latin Music Week lineup — headlined by Daddy Yankee, Karol G and Nicky Jam — also includes participation by Anitta, Elena Rose, Myke Towers, Nicki Nicole, Rauw Alejandro, Esteman, Raymix, Kany García, Tainy and Tini, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

The 2021 Latin Music Week will take place from September 20 to 24 at the Faena Forum in Miami and coincides with the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards broadcasting live via Telemundo on September 23.

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Daddy Yankee & Don Omar Add Charity Show to Their The Kingdom Tour

Daddy Yankee and Don Omar are expanding their kingdom

A benefit concert has been added to the debut of the 38-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton singer and the 37-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton singer’s The Kingdom tour, with a portion of the proceeds from the December 6 concert set for San Juan’s Hospital del Niño.

Don Omar & Daddy Yankee

Tickets will go on sale tonight at 11:59 p.m. through Ticketpop, and will be available tomorrow morning at Walmart and at the venue, the Coliseo stadium.

Four San Juan shows will kick off the reggaeton stars’ “musical boxing match” — a 65-concert conciliation tour that the former long-time rivals will take to Latin America and the U.S. in 2016.

Tickets for December 4 and 5 shows are sold out. VIP tickets are still available for a December 3 show, at about $390 each.

While ticket prices for the benefit concert are not yet available, promoter Raphy Pina announced through a press release that they will be “accessible.” Puerto Rican rice brand Arroz Rico is sponsoring the charity show.

“Daddy Yankee and I may have an artistic rivalry but personally we think the same and we want everyone to enjoy a family show that will never be repeated,” Don Omar said in the statement. “We will close this saga with popular prices for the entire public.”

The new partnership between the formerly estranged reggaeton stars also includes a joint album and a TV show for the two artists, who between them have 11 No. 1 hits on Billboard’s Latin Albums chart, 28 top 10 hits on Hot Latin Songs, over 50 million followers on Facebook and Twitter alone, and have sold more than 5 million albums in the United States, according to Nielsen Music.