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Quevedo

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Blasting into the charts with up-and-comers posse cut "Cayó la Noche (Remix)," Spanish vocalist Quevedo immediately drew attention with his strong delivery and unique, deep-pitched voice. In just a year, he became one of the genre's biggest new stars, topping international charts and breaking records with Bizarrap collaboration "Quevedo: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52." Born in Madrid before moving between Brazil and the Canary Islands, Pedro Luis Domínguez Quevedo honed his skills in freestyle rap before committing to a musical career in 2020. Utilizing his deep vocal tone amid trap ("Piel de Cordero," "Luna") and reggaeton ("Universitaria" "Cógelo Suave"), he soon built strong collaborative relationships with local talents -- connections that were to form the basis of his breakout hit. While "Cayó La Noche," a collaboration between Quevedo, La Pantera, and Juseph, landed minor commercial attention, the Spanish trio enlisted a roster of up-and-comers for the track's 2022 remix: with a seven-man roster of hungry newcomers, the "Cayó La Noche (Remix)" soon garnered hundreds of millions of streams online, and eventually the number seven spot on Spain's PROMUSICAE charts. With audiences impressed by Quevedo's resonant chorus and unique vocals, he received significant attention on subsequent singles "Respuesta Cero" and "Chamaquita," as well as being enlisted by Duki and De La Ghetto for follow-up hit "Si Quieren Frontear." With his next single, Quevedo would transform from successful up-and-comer to one of the genre's most in-demand voices: in July 2022, the vocalist collaborated with Argentinian producer Bizarrap, delivering an explosive reggaeton-dance fusion single in "Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52." Charting at number one in eight countries, the party-themed track became one of the year's biggest hits, landing a nine-times Platinum certification, racking up over a billion streams online, and marking the first time that a Spanish (Quevedo) or Argentinian (Bizarrap) act had topped the Billboard Global 200. Not content to ride this success, he quickly issued subsequent hits in "Sin Senal" and "Vista al Mar" before collaborating with Myke Towers on "Playa del Inglés."
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