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About Brytiago

One of the most nimble hitmakers in contemporary música urbana, Brytiago has bounced consistently between reggaetón and Latin trap since debuting in 2014, scoring major hits like Darell-featuring perreo “Asesina” and malevolent scorcher “Netflixxx”, alongside Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican singer and songwriter was born Bryan Cancel Santiago in 1992 and was passionate about music from a young age. In 2016, he was scooped by Daddy Yankee's label El Cartel Records, which helped position the young star as a rising industry force. From there, the hits started rolling in: he linked up with Ozuna and Chris Jeady for 2018 trap ballad “Bipolar”, teaming up the following year with Anuel AA for a neon-lit slice of reggaetón titled “Controla”. While Brytiago's 2020 debut album, Orgánico, boasted a massive guest list of legends including Wisin, Farruko and Arcángel, his 2023 follow-up, Trap Vibes, offered a more intimate glimpse of the Boricua star's meticulously crafted bars and beats.

Carolina, Puerto Rico, United States
14 July 1992
Latin Urban
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