Music is Yan J’s therapy and he began his music expedition in the year 2016 when he participated in the popular TV show “La Banda” and since then, never once has he looked back building on this exposure to curve his own musical journey that is nothing short of masterclass so far. His style of music style sounds like a mixture between Bad Bunny and Maluma fusing Latin trap and reggaeton followed by the atmospheric kicks of the percussive dembow rhythm. “Megadiva” follows the traditional verse-chorus-bridge Hip hop structure with the explosive instrumentation made up of atmospheric synths over reggaeton beats, the resounding bass, and the percussive drum machines rendering this song rapturous with mind-boggling quality.
As soon as he starts singing in his native Latin language, then everything turns into Gold as his harmonic vocal cords slink through the hard-hitting beats in velvet fashion and harnessing the energy being driven from that classic reggaeton rhythmic sound with his standout vocal delivery on display, Yan J then marvelously cuts and dissects the mic with Latin themes that equally command a presence. All this sensation is made the more intoxicating eclectic concoction of danceable tunes coming from the sound.
“Megadiva” is a track that captures the core elements of reggaeton and Hip hop. The instrumentation has a bewitching edge that bangs in its own right and also evokes an atmospheric experience for the listener. All this and it still enjoys the backing of mellifluous and gripping vocal interpolation like you haven’t heard before. This kind of melody would really slap on a surround system, its hypnotic heavy beats giving a nostalgic feel of a familiar and intriguing world that is free from dystopia and the human race are all united under the magnificence of cultural music.
This is the type of hit song a listener is obliged to put “on repeat” as you absorb and indulge in its infectious vibes. This is what makes music so special and listeners everywhere will always gravitate to such kind of bona fide music despite the language used. The future looks so bright for this young Dominican rapper and I cannot wait to hear what he has in store for the coming years.
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