The leader of the urban movement, Daddy Yankee brings together the 16 most influential artists of the urban genre in his new video, “Alerta Roja”
Daddy Yankee, Zion, Farruko, Nicky Jam, Archangel, Plan B, De La Ghetto, Cosculluela, Brytiago, Alexio La Bestia, J Balvin, KafuBanton, Mozart's "La Para" Secreto, People In The Zone and Micha.
Miami, FL- The pioneer of the urban movement Daddy Yankee has united some of the most respected artists in urban latin music for the biggest collaboration in the history of the urban genre, with the release of “Alerta Roja” which comes out today at 6:00 p.m. on his YouTube channel (Daddyyankee), where16 of the most influential artists of the urban genre come together in one video. The "Big Boss" decided to release the video today, on his birthday, as a thank you to his audience and fans of urban music.
Representing Puerto Rico: Daddy Yankee, Zion, Farruko, Nicky Jam, Archangel, Plan B, De La Ghetto, Cosculluela, Brytiago and Alexio La Bestia. From Colombia: J Balvin. From Panama: KafuBanton from Dominican Republic: Mozart "La Para" and Secreto and from Cuba: Gente de Zona and El Micha.
"It's the first time that all countries recognized as the capitals of urban music come together to represent the same theme. The representatives of the movement in Puerto Rico, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Cuba, and Panama come together to introduce Alerta Roja "said Daddy Yankee.
Alerta Roja is a follow up to other urban anthems that Daddy Yankee has previously released via social media such as "Somos de Calle" and "Llegamos a la disco" that have achieved more than 230 million views without radio play.