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 DJ Snake, J Balvin, Ozuna,Loco Contigo, Nicky Jam, Darell, Natti Natasha,Sech, Colin Tilley, 360 MAGAZINE, Interscope Records

DJ SNAKE × J BALVIN

Multi-platinum producer DJ Snake has teamed up with Colombian reggaeton phenomenon J Balvin and Puerto Rican-Dominican singer/rapper Ozuna for a star-studded remix of the smash summer hit “Loco Contigo.” Adding even more firepower to the bilingual anthem, “Loco Contigo [REMIX]” features appearances from Latin Grammy Award-winning artist Nicky Jam, platinum-selling Dominican singer/songwriter Natti Natasha, Puerto Rican rapper/singer/songwriter Darell, and fast-rising Panamanian singer Sech.
 
Listen to “Loco Contigo [REMIX]” by DJ Snake, J Balvin & Ozuna featuring Nicky Jam, Natti Natasha, Darell & Sech HERE
 
One of Spotify’s most streamed songs of 2019, “Loco Contigo” has amassed over 374 million streams on that platform alone. It’s also achieved platinum certification in a number of countries across the globe, reached diamond status in DJ Snake’s homeland of France, reached #1 on the US Latin radio charts and landed at #7 on Billboard’s US Hot Latin Songs chart. Meanwhile, the Colin Tilley-directed video for “Loco Contigo” has garnered more than 205 million views on YouTube — check it out HERE.
 
Released in June by DJ Snake with J Balvin and Tyga, the original version of “Loco Contigo” appears on DJ Snake’s chart-topping sophomore album Carte Blanche. The album also includes the triple-platinum single “Taki Taki” ft. Selena Gomez, Ozuna & Cardi B (DJ Snake’s second global #1 record), “Enzo” (a collaboration with Sheck Wes, featuring Offset, 21 Savage & Gucci Mane), the reggaeton powerhouse “Fuego” (with Sean Paul & Anitta ft. Tainy), and the India-inspired club smash “Magenta Riddim.” Soon after arriving in July, Carte Blanche hit #1 on Billboard’s US Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart.
 
About DJ Snake:
DJ Snake made his full-length debut with the 2016 album Encore, which reached #1 on Billboard’s Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart and debuted in the top 10 around the world. Since scoring his first #1 with the four-times-platinum “Let Me Love You” ft. Justin Bieber, DJ Snake has achieved massive success with hits like “Get Low,” “You Know You Like It,” “Lean On,” and “Middle.” With its title translating to “the freedom to do whatever one chooses,” his sophomore album Carte Blanche arrived in July 2019 and shot to #1 on Billboard’s US Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart, in addition to reaching the top 50 on the Billboard 200.
 

South American Travel

 Hue & Cry—a creative communications agency—is delighted to announce its PR representation of SouthAmerica.travel, the ultimate travel planning service specializing in trips to South America. With a mission to share the most authentic experiences possible, SouthAmerica.travel provides travel enthusiasts with the opportunity to delve into the continent’s many cultures through diverse experiences, ranging from exploring Colombia’s “coffee country” to touring local markets with indigenous ingredients in Peru. The handcrafted tours go beyond simple customization, taking travelers style, pace, and mind into consideration, coupled with recommendations based on SouthAmerica.travel’s expertise to ensure travelers are checking dream destinations off the bucket list. When booking with SouthAmerica.travel, each guest will experience the brand’s educational component: to ensure travelers understand why and what they see, rather than just showing them around.

“As SouthAmerica.travel continues to grow and approach our 20th anniversary in November, we retain our commitment to authenticity. Hue & Cry understands our brand, which is why we are thrilled to have the agency as an extension of our team” says CEO and Co-Founder, Juergen Keller. “I couldn’t agree more that this partnership is a natural fit; Hue & Cry’s specialization in unique travel brands aligns with the custom, bespoke tours we offer here at SouthAmerica.travel” says C.O.O and Co-Founder, Bradley Nehring.

Highlights of Tours From South America.travel Include:

Brazilian History 101: On the Colonial Gems & Historic Cities in Brazil Tour, guests can explore the country’s colonial wonderlands with a Brazilian Historian as their guide. Experiences include touring the baroque churches of UNESCO world heritage site, Ouro Preto, to riding an antique cable car down to one of the world’s oldest gold mines in Mariana. In Paraty, history-buffs can learn about the eventful path to Brazilian Independence through the town’s cobblestone streets, notable landmarks, and historical edifices, which together encompass the country’s rich Portuguese heritage. Outside of Brazilian Imperial-era, guests will visit Inhotim Brazil Art Park—one of South America’s largest open-air art museum featuring over 500 pieces of artwork. For the 12-day/11-night experience, prices start at $3,670 per person.

Path of the Incas and the Amazing Amazon: A bucket-list experience, guests can book the Machu Picchu and Amazon Jungle Tour, and follow in the steps of the Incas: from the colonial wonderland of Cuzco through the indigenous markets of the Sacred Valley to the breathtaking ruins of Machu Picchu. Upon arrival by train to Aguas Calientes, SouthAmerica.travel brings adventurers to Machu Picchu’s less-visited Watchman’s Hut and Inca Bridge. In Puerto Maldonado, head into the jungle for authentic lodging run by local tribes, which will be provided by the Peruvian Amazon Lodge – run by local tribes – before setting out to visit a parrot clay lick, a natural formation caused by erosion where parrots, parakeets, and macaws go daily. Tour-goers will complete the day with learning more about the rainforest’s herbaceous ecology, all under the guidance of one of the area’s expert naturalists. For the 8-day/7-night experience, prices start at $1,900 per person.

Land and Sea Adventures in Patagonia: Nature Enthusiasts will have the chance to breathe in the fresh, crisp air of the mountainous Patagonia region with the Patagonia Deluxe Tour. The expedition invites travelers to cruise one of the most remote corners of the world aboard the luxurious, Stella Australis. Highlights include crossing the Nassau Bay and entering UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, Cape Horn National Park, a rocky promontory overlooking Drake Passage, known as “End of the Earth,” and the shipping channel that was the sole navigation route between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans for several years. The region is a sanctuary blessed with glacial landscapes, which presents opportunities such as hiking the verdant Magellanic forest to a cascading waterfall with viewpoints of Garibaldi Glacier—one of the only three glaciers in Patagonia gaining mass. Travelers will disembark from the Stella Australis and transfer to Explora Lodge in Torres del Paine National Park, where if the weather permits, travelers will visit a Magellanic penguin colony en route to Explora Lodge in Torres del Paine National Park. They can visit a veritable penguin colony. For the 14-day/13-night experience, prices start at $11,925 per person. For additional package deals visit American Airlines vacations.

About SouthAmerica.travel

SouthAmerica.travel is a tour operator specialized in custom South America tour planning for travelers worldwide from its offices in Seattle, Lima, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro and Stuttgart. The website offers hundreds of sample itineraries as well as local phone numbers in 88 countries. SouthAmerica.travel offers 4-star & 5-star South America tours to Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and more. Licensed and bonded in the U.S., SouthAmerica.travel has been sharing its love of travel to South America since 1999 and is proud of its A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau and ASTA affiliation. SouthAmerica.travel – Our name is our passion™

Nicky Jam

The famous reggaeton player Nicky Jam “breaks” the list of nominations at the Latin American Music Awards, leading 8 of the most coveted categories of the night.

After its rebirth in the urban genre, Nicky Jam has managed to lead the most prestigious music billboards worldwide. His versatility to move from reggaeton to genres such as vallenato and pop, has made him worthy of the love of millions of followers and hundreds of awards he has garnered in his career.

Today, he celebrates his outstanding 8 nominations at the prestigious Latin American Music Awards night, in which he heads the most “hot” and competitive categories of the night, along with his great friends and classmates of the genre.

“It’s always an honor to be nominated for the Latin American Music Awards, and more alongside my brothers of the urban genre, whoever wins, is a blessing that our followers give us, and we owe them our successes, and for them we continue in this industry doing what we do best “. Affirms Nicky Jam.

The interpreter of hits such as “El Perdón”, and “X”, is nominated for the following categories: Artist of the Year, Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Pop Song, Favorite Tropical Song (category in which he competes with two songs), Favorite Song of Urban Genre, and the most important of the night: Simple of the Year, for its collaboration with the Colombian JBalvin with the song “X”, which has been without a doubt a world anthem since its release to the market.

The Latin American Music Awards will be broadcast on Telemundo on the night of Thursday, October 25, and from now on, Nicky Jam fans are invited to vote for their artist through the website: www.latinamas.com/vota .