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Adri Gil and Borja Jiménez are the duo of producers of the moment. Settled between Madrid and Granada, they have focused their musical career on the urban genre, reggaeton and trap, without neglecting other styles. Responsible for the sound of Kaydy Cain's latest albums ("Calle Amor" and "Lo Mejor de lo Peor"); They have also worked with Yung Beef, Dellafuente, Maka, Haze and have an endless list of artists who have fallen under the spell of their beats and instrumentals.
For the first time, we welcome the official artist of the La Cangri posters to the party. Designing from the age of 16 through Instagram, is the author of some of the most recognizable covers of the current urban music, coming to illustrate "47 (Remix) of Anuel x Nengo Flow ft. Bad Bunny, Darell, Farruko, Sinfónico & Casper. "Now, at 20, I'm grateful to be able to work with artists who listened from my Blackberry as a child, but I still have a long way to go." We will have it exhibiting and selling a selection of its best covers.
La Cangri is a monthly reggaeton party hosted by Bea Pelea in which international lives of Latin American artists are presented along with a good selection of national proposals. Our resident dj's mix reggaetón with dembow, cumbia, salsa, bachata and soca. It’s a mix between gigs and clubbing experience.
Astin/Nitsa session from 00.30h.
Sala Apolo & Bea Pelea
Saraut for the reggaeton pioneers. In the slang of the genre, ‘cangri’ means ‘the most respected’. And ‘Los Cangri’ were no other than Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam in their beginnings in Puerto Rico, the reggaeton adoptive cradle. Flash forward to 2018, with the perreo dance caressing the world domination and the Andalusian Bea Pelea starting his monthly reggaeton party at Sala Apolo.See More
20:00 - 00:00