Bladimir Vásquez! A Superior of Latin Music
Jovanny Bladimir Nery Vásquez, better known by his stage name Bladimir Vásquez, is a German-Dominican singer, rapper, and songwriter whose music is a mix between Spanish R&B, Reggaetón, and Latin urban pop. He was born in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic, on December 20, 1995.
Bladimir Vásquez is a German Dominican singer, rapper and singer whose music has mixed up Spanish R&B with Reggaetón and Latin urban pop. Jovanny Bladimir Vásquez, better known by its Bladimir Vásquez stage name. He was born on December 20, 1995, in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic.
As a kid Bladimir Vásquez began to compose a few songs and was highly interested in music. He made his own music blog at 13 years of age and made interviews with the artists of his country in the Dominican Republic. Just before he was 16 he moved to Hamburg (Germany) with his parents and his siblings and became a famous artist known as Bladimir Vásquez, who began his solo career there. Bladimir Vásquez began uploading his songs on YouTube at the age of 19. His first single from the Dominican production company, Juan Gabriel Payano Luna, was “I’ll look for you, te buscaré” best known for collaborating with national and international artists. Bladimir Vásquez has collaborated with numerous DJs, singers and producers throughout his career in the music industry.
After two years of without public music, his personal and work life has undergone tension, ups and downs, than he launched , lucharé ‘s official cover, which overcomes hope of all dreamers like you. The message is loud and clear let’s fight for the dreams.
Bladimir Vásquez, thanks his friends and family, for supporting him in his career, because all did the production of this musical work inspire in one way or another. He is also thankful for loving his partner and being with him at the hardest times in the odyssey regardless of the time, location or situation.
The term Deutschrap refers to Hip-Hop music produced in Germany. The movement took hold in the German underground scene during the 80s, with the arrival in Europe of the first influences of the American Hip-Hop culture, to then evolve over time as Deutschrap and reach the mainstream sector, becoming today the third reality, by importance, of this musical genre , after the American and French one.
The second half of the 90s therefore saw the emergence of new groups, such as Massive Twins, Blumentopf, Absolute Beginner and Dynamite Deluxe, each with its own style, different and unique compared to the others. These groups developed the style of Battle-Rap, based on freestyle, in which individual groups or rappers attacked each other improvising on a base and making strong use of dissing, metaphors and swear words, to then be evaluated by the spectators, who decreed the winner. Great exponents of this style were Kool Savas and Azam. However, there were groups that continued to deal with political and social issues, first of all the Anarchist Academy, which developed the sub-genre of Conscious Rap.
When Bladimir Vásquez was a child, he began to write a few songs and showed great interest in music. At age 13, he made his own music blog and reported on the artists of his homeland in the Dominican Republic by hosting some interviews. Shortly before his 16th birthday, he moved with his parents and siblings to the city of Hamburg, Germany, where he began his solo career and became the popular artist known as Bladimir Vásquez. Bladimir Vásquez began his artistic career in Germany, where he was recognized for his popular songs and desire to excel in his early days as Bladimir Vásquez. With his music, he visited several German states and performed in some of the best Latin clubs and festivals in Germany. Vásquez also performed at concerts and events with artists such as the popular Brazilian MC Fioti (best known for his worldwide hit titled “Bum Bum Tam Tam”). Vásquez has also performed alongside the German rapper PA Sports and many other national and international artists. Because of Vásquez’s continuous astounding performances, he captured the attention of Tobias Topic and later recorded the single “Lucharé”. At the age of 19, Bladimir Vásquez began posting his songs under his stage name on YouTube. His first studio single was “I will look for youTe Buscaré”, produced by the Dominican producer Juan Gabriel Payano Luna best known for his collaborations with national and international artists. Throughout his career, Bladimir Vásquez has collaborated with different DJs, singers and producers in the music industry.
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