ECKO AND MARIAH ANGELIQ GO OLD SCHOOL WITH HOT NEW SINGLE “REGGAETON DE ANTES”

Argentinian trap star, ECKO, teams up with rising star Mariah Angeliq on the hot new single “Reggaeton de Antes.” The duo goes old school with a classic reggaeton beat that will make fans want to dance. The new single and video is now available on all digital and streaming platforms.

The collaboration comes from their mutual admiration and inspiration musically for old school reggaeton. The video shot in Miami, FL was directed by José Seguro for Film Heads. With a fresh take on the beloved genre, ECKO and Mariah Angeliq, heat up the screen as they throw down to the classic beat.

LISTEN/ DOWNLOAD: “REGGAETON DE ANTES”

What ECKO said about the single: “Old school reggaeton has a special vibe, I grew up listening to it. Listening to the beat of this song reminded me of those times. When I started thinking who to collaborate with I immediately thought of Mariah, I knew her voice would bring the sensuality that the song needed.”

“I love classic reggaeton. I knew that together we would be able to achieve the sound we were looking for. It’s old school and I hope fans like it,” expressed rising star Mariah Angeliq about the collaboration.

At only 21 years old, ECKO, has become one of the most popular singers. His songs have topped the Billboard® Charts in Argentina, the videos for the hits “Rebota” and “Dorado” have generated millions of views on YouTube. In March 2019 he broke new ground becoming the first Argentinian urban artist to perform at the SXSW festival in Austin, TX. 2020 marked an important milestone in ECKO’s career with the release of the EP ‘Young Golden.’ The EP included seven tracks penned by ECKO showcasing the artist’s talent as a lyricist. ‘Young Golden’ includes collaborations with some of the genres most respected artists including Cazzu in “Cama Vacía”Amenazzy and Brytiago in “QDLQQ”Eladio Carrión in “Baila” and Kiubbah Malon in “Flow McGregor.”  

With the support of Universal Latin Music Entertainment, ECKO continues breaking boundaries and representing worldwide as a pioneer of the Argentinian Latin Trap movement.