J Balvin’s Incredible Colombian Home on Cover of Architectural Digest

ABTV Latino’s Reggaeton Weekly talks J Balvin’s cover of Architectural Digest and Tekashi 6ix9ine making his own reggaeton song after Anuell AA refused to work with him

Karla Contreras

AfterBuzz TV Host & Writer
Posted On: July 1st, 2020 6:51 pm pst

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On July’s Cover of Architectural Digest is our beloved J Balvin! He not only makes epic reggaeton hits and dresses impeccably, but he also has an eye for interior design and architecture. With the help of 5 Sólidos, a design firm in Medellín, he was able to create his ideal home based on minimalism and hints of Japanese design. Balvin leads a very fast-paced life, which is why he feels that “a house should be a place where you can rest your spirit. I’ve tried to create places that feed my soul, not my ego,” he says in his interview with AD. That’s a philosophy I think we should all aspire to live by!

El Alfa has recently dropped an album titled El Androide, and 4 songs out of this album have gone platinum, including “A Correr Los Lakers,” which he created a remix for, with a list of heavy hitters. He revealed on Instagram that this remix will feature Nicky Jam, Ozuna, Secreto, and Arcangel, along with a caption thanking all of them for their part in the making of this song. The original is already addictive, so we can only imagine how groundbreaking this remix is going to be!

Following last week’s news of Anuel AA making it clear he would never work with Tekashi 6ix9ine for being a “snitch,” Tekashi revealed a snippet of his new reggaeton song that he is releasing on Friday. Since he couldn’t be featured in a song, he decided to make his own. He claims this new song will break the internet, and that he is doing it for his Latin people. Now the question is….will any reggaeton artists dare to record a remix with him?

About The Author:

Karla Contreras is an on-air host with Afterbuzz TV and Afterbuzz TV Latino, and a graduate of Cal State University of Fullerton with a major in Radio, Television, and Film. She is passionate about pop culture in both the American and Latin markets. From Drake to Bad Bunny, she has you covered on the latest from both worlds.

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