This is ‘Matandonos’ by David El Titerito who I haven’t heard about in years. I know he was releasing songs on the low but I don’t believe any of them were to this scale. It features Alexis of Alexis & Fido, Jowell of Jowell & Randy, Gringo of Baby Rasta & Gringo, and last but not least, Franco El Gorila. These artists are some of the most known artists in the genre and they’re all here on this unexpected collaboration. What a great way for David El Titerito to make his return. Some of you might know him as David D Ambulante. The beat is produced by DJ Luian but I don’t believe he’s a producer. I believe he’s actually an engineer but it’s not always clear. It sounds a bit strange but I like the beat. The hook took a while to get into and it’s finally starting to sound pretty good. I won’t be putting this song on repeat but I will be adding it to my playlist.
Jory Boy and Nengo Flow join up with Kevin Roldan and Dayme Y El High for ‘Los Problemas’. With this much star power this song is already hyped although the song itself is slow paced. That would have to do with the signature Colombian style which is heavy on the Reggae/Dancehall piano. It’s a catchy track because of that piano and the only downside would be the amount of autotune. Once Jory Boy started his verse I immediately knew he sounded the best on this track. Even though I liked the song for the most part, I think I’ll be okay if I don’t listen to it for sometime. The song will still be added into my Reggaeton playlist but I don’t think it’s close to becoming a favorite…yet.
Yandel joins up with Maluma for the remix of ‘El Perdedor’. The fact that Yandel is on this track is the most amount of hype this track has. That doesn’t mean this isn’t a good track. What I mean is that it’s not a fast paced track instead it’s a slower Romantic song with a very good melody. This song is catchy and if you enjoy Yandel’s singing then you’ll definitely like hearing the hook on this track. I’ve already played this song like three times in a row and it’s pretty close to staying on repeat. I’m definitely going to be adding to my Reggaeton playlist.