Deezer NEXT Offers Up & Coming Latin Artists a Global Platform

Courtesy of Deezer


Given the way streaming services have evolved, Deezer NEXT 2018 is championing a new batch of up-and-coming recording artists, with several of them being from Latin America. 

This year, Deezer is shaking things up, taking a grassroots approach to supporting a handful of regionally significant artists on a global platform. 

In addition to promoting Jorja Smith as one of four global priority artists, up to eight regional artists across markets in France, Latin America, Germany, the U.K. and the U.S. will be given full support and exposure via Deezer streaming.

?Below is the first round of regional acts, which includes acts from Colombia, Spain and more. For more information on the new rollout, head here.

GASHI: New-York based hip-hop musician, emerging with song "No No No"

Eddy de Pretto: Paris artist, mixing rap & French Variété with debut EP "Kid"

Sopico: French rapper, climbing the ranks from his 2016 release "Heat"

Lewis Capaldi: Scottish singer-songwriter, rising in popularity with "Bruises"

Yxng Bane: British singer and rapper, known for his involvement in the song "Bestie" with Yungen

EUT: catchy Indie band from the Netherlands, building momentum with "Supplies"

Irie Kingz: Colombian duo mixing Spanish and English known for "Me Want Party"

Mike Bahía: Colombian pop star ready to take on Latin America in 2018

El Kanka: Spanish singer-songwriter, making waves with his latest release "Andalucía"

Marta Soto: Pop star based in Barcelona, just released "Quiero Verte"

L.A: Indie band from Spain, critically acclaimed with "Where the Angels Go"


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