The new face of the urban genre, Puerto Rican Suazo Baby, presents his new single “Pa’ que mame”, a catching track with the danceable and unmistakable rhythm of dembow, in collaboration with Bulova and Nino Freestyle, two of the most prominent urban artists in the country.
Suazo Baby, has sought to catapult dembow into the new generations and he succeeds with this track that is not only fresh and modern, but includes elements that people can identify and connect with through dance. Released under The Baby Boys Inc./Top Brother Music label, the track is now available on all digital music platforms.
Under the production of Gerald G and Claudio Ortiz, the song composed by the artists themselves, is a danceable and tropical song with a sound that the Boricua had not explored before.
“I am sure that the public will appropriate this song and they will enjoy it, I have taken sounds from songs that have influenced me as an artist and I have mixed them with modern sounds, a mix that invites to dance and have fun”, said Suazo Baby.
Throughout the track, there is an allusion to one of Don Omar’s most iconic songs “Salió el sol”, which represents the influence of old school artists on the new generations. Similarly, at the beginning of the song he surprises his fans by using a fragment of the famous series “El Señor de los cielos”, one of the young artist’s favourites.
The music video for the song was directed by René Capellan and filmed in Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic. The video clip shows the artists enjoying a day at the beach while performing the song.
Suazo Baby also recently released the song “Chapeo Chapeo” with one of the top dembow leaders in the Dominican Republic, Chimbala, seeking to make his music conquer the global market. With a refreshing, youthful and summery sound, the track was chosen by fitness giant Zumba® as a global priority for the month of March. This song definitely helped to take Suazo Baby’s career to another level.