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Juhn

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Juhn also known as Juhn El All Star is the stage name of Jorge Hernandez Quiles, a charting Latin trap and reggaeton singer from Puerto Rico. After arriving on the scene with his debut single "No Te Miento" in 2016, Juhn's release schedule has been prolific, both as a solo artist and as a first call studio collaborator for artists including Maluma, Bad Bunny, and Rafa Pabon. Likewise, Juhn has featured many LatinX artists on his own recordings. His vocal delivery features a thin, reedy tenor juxtaposed in an urgent, somewhat balladic style that is at once vulnerable and declamatory. Since his debut, he has issued more than three dozen solo and collaborative singles including the chart hits "La Confusion" and "Pocas Horas" in 2018, "Curiosidad" and Recuerdo (Remix) feat. Brytiago, Myke Towers, Farruko, and Lenny Tavarez in 2019, and "Rueda," in 2020. Juhn kicked off 2021 with the solo single "Indecente" in March. Obsessed with music from the time he could speak, Juhn began writing songs at age nine and made his recorded debut at 12 (tracks he refuses to acknowledge now). While consistently working whenever and wherever he could as a guest and backing vocalist, his primary contributions were as a songwriter for other artists. He didn't establish himself as a recording artist until 2016 when he was 23. He issued the single and video for "Ahora Me Llamas," a collaborative single that featured Noriel, Myers, Anonimus, Brytiago, and Miky Woodz. It hit the Top Ten on digital streaming charts and established his reputation and style. The video racked up over 20 million views on YouTube. Later that year, he penned the hit single "Cuatro Babys" for Noriel and guested on the recording and in the video with Maluma and Myers. The latter garnered over 800 million views, helping to establish Latin trap as a commercial genre. The resultant compilation album, Trap Capos, Season 1 topped the Latin Rhythms charts. In January of the following year he released the single "No Te Miento," with participation from Darkiel, Jory Boy, Darell, and Baby Rasta, followed in quick succession by the digital streaming and club hit "Su Piquete Mata" featuring Alexio La Bestia and Ñengo Flow. In April, Juhn dropped "Puerta Abierta" featuring Bad Bunny and Noriel for The Golden Army, Inc. Its video garnered over 33 million views. It was a prolific year for the singer; in all he issued no less than six singles and videos under his own name and guested on a series of recordings that included Jon Z's Jontrapvolta album, the collaborative single "Sola por Siempre" with Dozy and Benny Benni, and Paty Cantu's "#Natural." In 2018 he issued and or appeared on no less than a dozen singles including "La Confusion," "Confia," "Modo Di Avion," and "Rapido Quiere" -- featuring Darkiel. 2019 followed the same way, with Juhn issuing roughly a digital single a month including the charting "Recuerdos (Remix)" with Myke Towers, Farruko, Brytiago, and Lenny Tavarez, as well as "Nadie Lo Sabe (feat. J Alvarez), and "Bandida." 2020, the year the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the world, may have slowed Juhn's output a bit, but didnt silence him. He managed to release more than a handful of streaming hits including pop singles such as "Rueda," reggaeton groovers such as "Adictiva," and the "Nadie Lo Sabe (Remix)" adding the voices of Nio Garcia and Casper Magico to his and J Alvarez's. Juhn closed the year by joining Myke Towers on "Bandido." In February of 2021, he joined Sou El Flotador and Rafa Pabon on the streaming hit "Sin Vuelta," and released the solo single "Indecente" in March.
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