Sugar Papi

Sugar Papi

Marshmello’s catalog simply overflows with collaborations. Transcending the melodic and enigmatic EDM of his auspicious 2016 debut Joytime, his subsequent singles with so many of hip-hop, R&B, and pop’s finest made the helmet-wearing DJ/producer bigger than any one scene or sound. Following years of sweet one-offs with Spanish-language artists, he delivers a proper album that marries his outsized aesthetic with that of the rich and vibrant Latin music community. Recent singles like the seismic “El Merengue” with Manuel Turizo and the “Pepas”-nodding “Esta Vida” with Farruko join fresher cuts with the likes of Nicky Jam, Luísa Sonza, and ChocQuibTown. Even with that level of regional diversity, some of Sugar Papi’s best moments come in his team-ups with reggaetón and trap stars, via Anuel AA’s thumping “Alcohol” and Young Miko’s booming “Tempo.”

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