Paulo Londra, young Argentine rapper and YouTube star, visits Lima for the first time as part of the “Fiesta La Zona” at the end of November at the Barranco Arena.
The hip-hop recording artist uploaded the first music video for his single "Relax" onto YouTube only in January 2017. The clip went viral and received well over 10 million views in less than 5 months. He is one of the most listed artists on Spotify and has millions of followers on social media.
As many in his generation, the 20-year-old began rapping in squares. He forged his style battling in freestyle contests as the so-called El Quinto Escalón, and rapidly stepped up to trap, the musical genre that is conquering every corner of the world right now.
Less than two years into his career Paulo Londra, an artist of the 2.0 age, a part of a new generation, is a phenomenon of the urban music genre. The Argentine trap and rap artist packs his songs with positive vibes and happiness instead of violence, drugs, insults and sex as many other artists of the genre.
His collaborations (feats) with other artists such as Lenny Tavarez in "Nena Maldición", Becky G in "Cuando te besé" and Piso 21 in "Te Amo" are immediate hits on Latin American radio stations.
Opening act for Paulo Landro are Peruvian Leslie Shaw, Kale and DJ Linda.
Thursday, 22 November 201821:00
Venue / Location:
Centro de Convenciones Barranco Arena
Catalino Miranda 154, Barranco, Lima
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