Bringing in some vibes today are Colombian Recording Artist Andy Rivera, and Panamanian Recording Artist Joey Montana! Today they spread some love in the form of their latest music video, “Enamorarte (Fall In Love)“. Directed by Dayme y El High, the Artists sing about falling in love and valuing the person they love, while we see two persons making plans for a get together throughout the day. Be sure to watch to the end for a surprise. Great visuals, and a song that you can vibe to. Off the upcoming “Sustancia EP” from Dayme y El High & Andy Rivera, get some español in your life and check out the video below!
This goes out to all the baddest girls in the Dancehall! After giving them the original, Panamanian Artists Inti and Japanese team up for the remix for “Top Gyal“! Produced by Dwayne, they deliver a big up to all the Dancehall Queens as they love that they can back it up anywhere, and have no problem having the Artists’ attention. If you know you’re a “Top Gyal“, show us what you’re working with! A lil Dancehall/Reggaeton from Panama! Check out the track below!
Taking a stealthy route in his new video is the Sparta General, Tommy Lee Sparta. Titled “Crow” which was directed by Wayne South and shot in Panama, we see Tommy Lee Sparta playing the role of an Assassin as he seeks and takes down his target. A different type of video here from the Sparta boss. I could see this being a part of a mini movie for Tommy Lee Sparta with a short story line. I like that he’s being consistent with not only songs but with videos as well. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s new music comes from the Sparta General, Tommy Lee Sparta, and Panama’s own, Franciskao Diex. Titled “Pura Maldad (Pure Evil)“, and produced by BK and Combo De Oro for Cinnamon Quality Records, we hear Tommy Lee Sparta trading badman lyrics with the Spanish artist. While many may not understand the language, we can all agree that there is a vibe to it. Big up to Tommy Lee Sparta for trying something different here. I need a translator. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.