Collaborations and remix: How to survive in music and not die trying? Collaborations and remix: How to survive in music and not die trying?

Collaborations and remix: How to survive in music and not die trying?

Collaborations between artists are becoming more and more fashionable. Even from genres as different as ballad and reggaeton, they come together to offer products that benefit all parties involved.

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Collaborations between artists are becoming more and more fashionable. Even from genres as different as ballad and reggaeton, they come together to offer products that benefit all parties involved.

And it is that, with the arrival of new trends in music, some more classic rhythms and artists have had to succumb and join others with higher sales numbers, in an attempt to survive or disappear. This is how we see Chayanne, Carlos Vives, Rocky Martin or even Franco De Vita, singing along with new talents such as Wisin y Yandel or Maluma, in an attempt to penetrate the younger market.

Only the most positioned and historically famous groups have been able to afford to remain on the sidelines and honor their traditional lyrics, but almost all of them have also had to give in to another factor: pressure from fans.

Social networks: Where the thread is woven

Interaction on social networks is a fact that the previously unattainable artists have also had to adopt. Now, within reach of any click, any fan can send a message to their favorite artist, in what used to take weeks.

And among these messages, and especially in the last weeks, in which the singers have increased their lives and chats with their armies of followers, requests for collaborations are the order of the day.

In the Latin reggaeton genre, this is almost a norm, yes, with some laws: Not all with everyone, but there are "sides". For example, a duo that we will never see is perhaps one made up of the Colombian Maluma, the "pretty boy" and Anuel AA, Karol G's boyfriend. Between them, there is a friction and an unresolved issue, as we have rarely seen. .

Others have passed on their friendship in real life, to make money. This is the case of Natti Natasha and Becky G, who are very close and have had very many musical themes such as "Son Pijama" or the most recent release of Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, friends since adolescence and who had never recorded together. The song is called "Stuck with you".

The remixes

The remix trend is another facet of this business model. Currently, for each super theme, there is at least one remix, combining another artist of the same genre or merged genres.

The Colombians "Piso 21", got on the Maluma aircraft carrier when doing a remix with this beautiful artist of the remix of his song "Me llamas". Another who took the opportunity not to disappear into the sea of reggaeton was Romeo Santos, who recorded a remix of Natti Natasha's hit "The best version of me", number one on the charts.

Couple songs

Have you heard the saying that love and work should not be mixed? Well, for the new generation of singers this is not an absolute truth. Camila Cabello and Shawm Mendes, Karol G and Anuel AA, Sebastián Yatra and Tini Stoessel ...

They all have something in common: they are singers and couples, two aspects that are quite useful for them to transfer to the small screen and their live performances a bit of their private life, the one that we all want to know more and more about.

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