Bogotá, Oct 22 (EFE) .- Reggaeton and urban music took over Bogotá this Saturday at the Megaland Festival where world-class artists such as Rauw Alejandro, Feid or Nicky Jam put 40,000 young people to perrear, despite the threatening rain .
While emerging artists were warming up the atmosphere of an afternoon that promised to bring together the best of the urban genre, the public was showing more and more desire to receive one of the most anticipated of the night, the Colombian Feid.
With the characteristic white sunglasses with the lenses painted with the ‘Ferxxo’ that represents him and with a lot of green color, which the paisa has already adopted as its own, the public sang each of the hits together with an audience that did not care The rain imported to clothe one of the strongest artists that Colombia currently has.
But Feid was not the only paisa who took the stage to twerk in the rain, Blessd and Ryan Castro also put on stage the songs that dominate the world charts and that have been in the Colombian top for months.
The international note was brought by Rauw Alejandro who burst onto the stage with his bizarre look, his sensual movements and making the audience explode with “Todo de ti” and leaving the expectant atmosphere for his compatriot Nicky Jam.
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La Gabi, a Dominican who has just landed in Bogotá from Ecuador, is the first woman to sign with J Balvin’s new record label, MA G Nation, she feels “very cool and grateful” to sing at Megaland now that she’s back .
And although she acknowledges that she is “starting” and is still “a baby”, she considers Jose her “mentor, he has always given me a lot of advice, he helps me”, and follows his recommendations to release his “mood music”, as he calls it. , because it is “for all kinds of feelings”.
“If you’re sad you can listen to Gabi, if you’re happy you can listen to La Gabi, if you want to twerk you can listen to La Gabi”, and under that premise he made Megaland dance.
That feeling of excitement for performing at one of the main urban music festivals in Colombia was also shared by Colombian actress and artist Juliana Velásquez.
“The Megaland is a festival that all the people my age have grown up with, it is a festival that you always dreamed of being in”, so it is “a very big responsibility, one always feels very responsible when singing at home ”.
Velásquez, who last year won the Latin Grammy for New Artist, assured EFE that “this last year has been a dream,” but that his career has yet to “put gasoline to continue representing Colombia in many places and to continue making music that carries messages that make a difference”.
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Feid and Rauw Alejandro bring a rain of perreo to Bogotá