3 Best Farruko songs to celebrate his contract with Sony Music
When I first had the honor to interview urban artist Farruko, he told me it was “time for a new generation of reggaeton.” Though we love our Daddy Yankee’s, Don Omar’s and Plan B’s, the singer couldn’t have said it any better.
The Puerto Rican promising star has been sounding off since 2006 with his captivating jams such as “Passion Whine,” “Vas a ser Abuela” and “Hola Beba.”
Keeping well-grounded and determined has paid off for Farruko, who has officially signed an exclusive record contract with Sony Music Latin.
“It is an honor to be a part of the Sony family,” Farruko stated early this week on his new venture. “They share my vision for taking Urban music to new heights and I know there will be much success in this union; not only for myself, but for the artists signed to my label, Carbon Fiber Music, whose talents I believe in deeply.”
Farruko forms part of a new and refreshing wave of urban stars that have taken by storm the music biz. This includes artists such as J. Alvarez, J. Balvin and Maluma, amongst others.
At only 23 years old and with a trajectory that is not even a decade long, Farruko has accomplished a lot: A duo with Jose Feliciano, No. 1 spots in the charts, Four studio albums and a Latin GRAMMY nomination.
Because we love Farruko so much and are very proud of his accomplishments, we celebrate this new stage in his career with three of our favorite Farruko jams –please feel free to blast your speakers.