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Tainy Drops New Album “DATA” Featuring Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee & Rauw Alejandro

The most awaited album of the summer is finally out. The Puerto Rican producer Tainy has indeed dropped DATA, his biggest project so far.

The Collabs

Tainy is the man, he’s the mastermind behind all the latin hits you can think of. “Callaita” (Bad Bunny), “LA FAMA” (Rosalia & The Weeknd), “Baila Conmigo” (Selena Gomez, Rauw Alejandro) and “Adicto” (Anuel AA, Ozuna) are just a few of his billions streams hits. He basically worked with all the big names of the latin scene, as well as some pop icons such as Travis Scott, Shawn Mendes, Justin Bieber, Dua Lipa and many others. So you can imagine why fans couldn’t wait anymore for this drop.

Some numbers

For the making of DATA, Tainy has called in his loyalists. An impressive tracklist that includes Bad Bunny, Rauw Alejandro, Daddy Yankee, Skrillex, Sech, Feid, Mike Towers. 19 tracks, 1 hour of puro perreo, and more than 1 Billion streams in less than two weeks and debuted at #3 globally. Every song is connected to the next one. It’s a concept album that shows the singer’s talents on Tainy’s colorful productions. A must of this album are definitely ‘11 Y ONCE’  (Sech, E.VAX), “VOLVER” (Skrillex, “Four Tet,” Rauw Alejandro) and ‘LA BABY’ (Daddy Yankee, Feid, Sech).

More than putting all the “reggaetoneros” together, Tainy has experimented with new productions by taking artists out of their comfort zone.

Not a yes-man, but a smart and capable artist with a deep knowledge of music. And that’s why he’s so appreciated in the industry. 

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