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Amenazzy, Santo Niño (Rimas Entertainment)
Up-and-coming artist Amenazzy is showcasing every corner of his creative mind on his debut album, Santo Niño, out Friday (June 18) via Rimas Entertainment. Home to eight tracks, Santo Niño will keep you on the dance floor all night long, where the Dominican urbano flirts with old-school dembow and reggae en Español (“Miedo”), hard-hitting romantic reggaeton (“Trata de Quererme”) and futuristic Latin trap beats (“Siempre Van a Hablar”), to name a few. On “No Soy un Santo,” Amenazzy even reeled in renowned trap stars Brray, Eladio Carrion, Foreign Teck, and Noriel for a solid and witty perreo. “I want this material to help those who follow me get to know me better and be able to relate to what I want to convey,” he expressed in a statement. “These songs are meant to be enjoyed without fear, no strings attached and with pure freedom.” Other collaborations on Santo Niño include fellow Dominican acts Don Miguelo, Rochy RD and Tokischa, as well as his viral Jay Wheeler-assisted track “Salio.” -- JESSICA ROIZ