Bryant Myers Essentials
It took one racy guest feature, 2016’s “Cuatro Babys” by Maluma, for Bryant Myers to catapult into global stardom. But it was really his deadpan creak and relentless flow that set this Latin trap pioneer apart from his genre peers. The Puerto Rican rapper had already stacked up high-profile collaborations with the likes of Bad Bunny, Noriel, and Prince Royce before releasing his smash solo debut, 2018’s aggro-rap trap LP La Oscuridad. Whether through candied reggaetón, hard-hitting trap, or sun-soaked pop grooves, Myers brings the heat.