In July of the current year, Yng Lvcas donned the superhero cape and, alongside all the talents of mexican reggaeton, released, if not the best, one of the best works in the urban genre under Mexican leadership, as there have been few: “SUPER ESTRELLAS”. The album consists of 18 songs that stand out for their significant collaborations, both from women and men. In all of them, mexican slang is incorporated without neglecting the universal sound that can resonate worldwide. This album is a perfect combination of quality, innovation, and mexican authenticity, creating a global auditory experience.
In the production of the album, the names of the producers stand out: Uzielito Mix, Bounce Bosses, Aivan Beatz, Maury, Cachirula, and Emyl, young talents responsible for the most relevant successes in Mexican reggaeton today. On the artist side, many important figures from the urban music scene in the country were called upon, such as El Bogueto, El Malilla, Ingratax, Mont Pantoja, Emjay, Yubeili, Sleezy O, Yeyo, Dimelo Cori, Akasha, Lexy Walter, Los Menores, Pinky 06, Nova, Zizzy, Leo Torrez, Cris Sour, Ice Keed, Young Gallo.
“INSTALÁRTELO” marked the album’s first advance and debut, presenting an innovative sound with a nostalgic touch, blending the old with the modern. In this song, notable mexican reggaeton artists such as El Bogueto, the “reggaetoñerito” of all Mexico, Sleezy O with his distinctive voice and flow-filled choruses, Yeyo with his obsession for his sensual and unique voice, and Young Gallo, an artist who returned with the complete combination to seriously tackle the work, all join forces, with Yng Lvcas, the unparalleled ambassador of Mexican reggaeton worldwide, leading the track.
The song talks about the night when you want to “install it”. The video, with an old-school style, captures moments of the artists sharing the same stage, wearing 90’s outfits, highlighting chains, fashion, and the high flow of each singer.
The album’s Focus Track is the song “PERREANDO TRISTE”, featuring Uzielito Mix in production. El Bogueto, El Malilla, and Yng Lvcas come together, and in this way, four of the most important Mexican talents in the current urban scene are together in a song. The video was shot in Mexico City, and it shows the artists having a good time at a party, throwing flow, and presenting themselves as the new faces of the genre in the country.
With this project, Yng Lvcas seeks to consolidate an increasingly important, stronger, and more viral scene, all through the great success he has worked on this year, supporting both new and not-so-new talents to promote the flag of Mexico in the reggaeton genre.