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Diva of the Valencian underground, debuted in 2018 with "Guilty" and since then she has stuck to our heads -and hearts- with hits of feminine empowerment like "you call me mami but I don't answer anymore". She has collaborated with Luna Ki, La Kitty and Lefty Ruggiero, producer of TGS Boys and she won the silver medal in the VXLX P€RDVDX of El Bloque. She has performed at La3 in Valencia, Radio City and Agence.F141 in Paris. We already have our buttocks ready to dance when I arrive in Barcelona.
The Argentinian DJ, also a member of the Madrid collective CHICA, has created her own name and brand that has led her to play at festivals such as Primavera Sound, Arenal Sound, Boiler Room and if it were for us, she wouldn't miss any of them.
He is one of our favorite reggaetón dj's. He has kept the scene lit from the beginning, either as part of Kaydy Cain's team or sharing the stage with Farruko, Maikel Delacalle, Cosculluela, Ms Nina, Yandel, Nicky Jam and Rosa Pistola, among many other lucky ones. There is no fault, with him, any party is on.
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