Latin Music Week 2021: concert by Natti Natasha and J Quiles


At exactly 10:23 p.m., Quiles hopped on stage wearing an all-black ensemble and performed his hit “Pam” assisted by Daddy Yankee and El Alfa. Joined by a six-member group on stage, Quiles gave a daring alternative twist to some of his greatest hits such as “Jeans”, “Bellaquita”, “Cuaderno”, “Porfa”, “Que Mas Pues”, “DJ No Pare, “and her debut performance from her Maluma collaboration” La Botella “. The Puerto Rican artist ended his set at 11:17 pm with an energetic performance of the summer anthem “Loco”.

Thirty minutes later, the Woman of the Night took the stage, performing “Frozen” from her new studio album, Nattividad.

“It’s been two years without going on stage,” Natasha, who gave birth to her first baby girl four months ago, told fans. “I’m not going to lie, I’m a little nervous but you are all going to sing along with me. This is the first of many evenings.

Between the interaction and the cheers with the audience, the Dominican urban performed her best hits including “Ram Pam Pam”, “Ayer Me Llamo Mi Ex”, “Diosa”, “Fantasias” and the track that put her on the map, “Dutty Love”.

“You know how much I love collaborating,” she said midway through the show, bringing Colombian rapper Farina and Argentine trap star Cazzu on stage for a surprise performance of “Las Nenas”. She continued with the bangers “No Me Acuerdo”, “Sin Pijama” and “Criminal”.

“We are here tonight to celebrate my new album ‘Nattividad’,” she said before presenting the last song. “Thank you guys from the bottom of my heart. Natti’s epic gig ended with his electronics infused bop “Noches en Miami” at 12:30 pm

The Billboard En Vivo of Latin Music Week 2021 continues on Saturday, September 25 with a presentation by Brazilian superstar Anitta.


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