14 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of Latin trap’s most distinctive voices, Bryant Myers has lent his rumbling flow to stars ranging from bachata hitmaker Prince Royce to rapper/producer Wyclef Jean, letting his bars rough up cuddly pop smashes or add extra menace to grimy hip-hop. With a stacked guest list that includes legends (Tito El Bambino) and upstarts (Bad Bunny), the Puerto Rican rapper’s debut album bounces from style to style. His gruffer-than-gruff rhymes prove a surprisingly perfect fit for bubbly reggaetón bops (“Ponle Musica”), silky trap-soul grooves (“Triste”), and roughneck dancehall anthems (“Dólares”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

One of Latin trap’s most distinctive voices, Bryant Myers has lent his rumbling flow to stars ranging from bachata hitmaker Prince Royce to rapper/producer Wyclef Jean, letting his bars rough up cuddly pop smashes or add extra menace to grimy hip-hop. With a stacked guest list that includes legends (Tito El Bambino) and upstarts (Bad Bunny), the Puerto Rican rapper’s debut album bounces from style to style. His gruffer-than-gruff rhymes prove a surprisingly perfect fit for bubbly reggaetón bops (“Ponle Musica”), silky trap-soul grooves (“Triste”), and roughneck dancehall anthems (“Dólares”).

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