Dozens of Puerto Rican & Dominican Urban Artists Unite for 'Un Solo Movimiento' Album

Santiago Matias
Courtesy of Alofoke Music

Santiago Matias

More than 60 artists and producers, from Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, have joined forces to give urban fans the ultimate music experience with Un Solo Movimiento.   

Produced by Alofoke Music Group, the album reunites artists like Bad Bunny, Mark B, Archangel, Lenny Tavarez, Shadow Blow, The Insuperable, De La Ghetto, Tito El Bambino, Bryant Myers, Messiah, Darell, Zion, Miky Woodz, Magical Casper, Poeta Callejero, J. Quiles and Lary Over, among others. The concept was developed by Santiago Matías García (Alofoke Music).

"For many years I've been witnessing the growth of all these artists.  I have supported them since day one," Santiago Matias Garcia told Billboard.


Un Solo Movimiento includes 30 unreleased tracks featuring the fusion of urban genres including reggaeton, trap, dembow, dancehall and R&B. 

“For me, it is the opportunity to honor my heritage,” said De La Ghetto, whose parents are Puerto Rican and Dominican.

"It's a project that simply unites the best of both countries," added singer Mark B.

Un Solo Movimiento is now available on all streaming platforms.


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