Our Puerto Rican Day Parade Playlist 2016
Jun14

Our Puerto Rican Day Parade Playlist 2016

 @webcitygirls dijo PRESENTE en NYC’s Puerto Rican Day Parade and to keep the celebration going there’s no better way than with a playlist of songs from our favorite artists with Puerto Rican roots. “Vivir Mi Vida”-Marc Anthony Get the party going with one of Marc Anthony’s biggest éxitos! “Vivir Mi Vida” quickly became an anthem, and it’ll have you dancing all day and all night.   “Somos Uno”-Yandel Yandel brings us lots of positivity with “Somos Uno.” Produced by Nesty La Mente Maestra, producer of hits such as Wisin & Yandel’s “Estoy Enamorado” and Alexis y Fido’s “Santa de Mi Devoción,” it’s a can’t-miss track from Yandel’s second solo album, Dangerous.   “Adrenalina”-Wisin, Ricky Martin, & J. Lo Sube la adrenalina! Reggaetonero Wisin teamed up with two of the biggest stars in Latin pop to form a dynamic collaboration, creating an impressive hit that will withstand the test of time.   “Que Suenen Los Tambores”-Victor Manuelle Esta canción hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay chart last year. Forget about your troubles and lose yourself in the music porque los tambores están sonando!   “Rompe La Cintura”-Alexis y Fido Alexis y Fido + MadMusick = magic, no?   “Lovumba”-Daddy Yankee “Lovumba” was one of the many hits that came from the mega album Prestige. It’s an energetic track perfect for dancing, whether in the club or at the gym.   “Soy Libre”-Ivy Queen ft. Jowell & Randy Ivy Queen was one of the first to give women a voice in the male-dominated realm of reggaeton, and we’re so glad she did! La reina brings it hard with “Soy Libre,” an empowering song with an addicting beat.   If you were in NYC at the PR Parade please let us know “como la pasaron”!!!    ...

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El Boss: @Daddy_Yankee Returns to Madison Square Garden
Jul06

El Boss: @Daddy_Yankee Returns to Madison Square Garden

  Over 20 million has seen him Live. The urban artist with more millions of copies sold, the Big Boss, Daddy Yankee returns in September to Madison Square Garden with the biggest concert in urban latin music. “El Jefe” is back Saturday September 19th, 2015. After a 10 year absence, the boss returns with a concert sure to make history. With the biggest hits in the urban genre, Daddy Yankee returns with a one-of-a-kind concert in New York’s, Madison Square Garden; his incredible stageshow, King Daddy: El Concierto. King Daddy is presented by producer, Félix Cabrera and Mr. Sold Out, Raphy Pina. Stay tuned to www.daddyyankee.com for when tickets will go on sale. For more  information call, 212 923-3737. #DaddyYankeeNY...

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Behind The Pink Wig con @Reykon y @IamLilimar
May21

Behind The Pink Wig con @Reykon y @IamLilimar

 Te presentamos el episodio número 13 de Behind the Pink Wig, un ‘talk show’ de entretenimiento, bilingüe, divertido, e interactivo con Lynn Ponder. En este segmento fuimos invitadas a Warner Music Latin en Miami Beach, donde entrevistamos al artista Colombiano revelación del género urbano Reykon. Con una vista hermosa de Miami entrevistamos a la joven artista Lilimar del show de TV de Nickelodeon “Bella and the Bulldogs”. Visita este enlace para ver el episodio con Reykon El Lider  y Lilimar artista de Nickelodeon TV  > tuvisioncanal.com/webcitygirls Gracias por el cariño y el apoyo! Los quiero x...

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A FUN Adventure at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina!!!
Nov28

A FUN Adventure at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina!!!

 ‘Y todo comenzó’…boarding our AA flight while passing through first class Allison walks ahead and starts to try to tell me something, but I am like WHAT? Finally I GET it = Daddy Yankee was sitting in first class wepaaaa! “Inmediatamente yo digo Daddyyyy y el dice Web Cityyyyy LOL”! We exchanged some words about our excitement to be going to iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina presented by Sprint. He was extremely nice and told us that we would get an interview on the red carpet!!! I got to my seat and started tweeting as I always do and happily surprised when Daddy Yankee retweeted @webcitygirls! OMG coincidimos con @daddy_yankee en vuelo a #LA pa'la rumba de @iHeartRadio #iHeartFiesta #PalabrasConSentido @nevarezpr ..fue muy dulce! — webcitygirls// (@webcitygirls) November 21, 2014 Our original AA flight never made it off the runway and we got re-routed via Dallas, so we totally lost contact with Daddy Yankee until our interview on the red carpet on Saturday night during the FUNtastic iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina concert. Let me go back to Friday night where we went to a stupendous private VIP Cocktail dinner and hanged out with some team members behind iHeartFiesta like Liz Blacker, EVP | US Hispanic Strategy & Sales as well as Jeff Howard, President National Sales. We also got to network with digital and media agencies like Carla Eboli, Lisa Torres and Amy Gómez. A fabulous time but we were exhausted, so we called it in early and next day we went to Venice with good friends from hispanicad.com for breakfast, Pacific Coast Highway for pictures with our awesome Ford car who happen to be one of the sponsors at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina. Late afternoon we ended up in a stunning vila in a Beverly Hills Hotel for fabulous brand experience with another iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina sponsor, JCPenney. They pampered us along a wonderful group of latina fashion bloggers with make-up, hairstyling, jewelry stations, beautiful pieces of clothes, food, the bubbly and lots of friendly faces from their Public Relations company. We got to take home so many gifts, it was a truly generous offer by JCPenney. The evening came quickly and we were looking all GLAM ready to engage the celebrities. My mission was to meet Ryan Seacrest while Allison’s was to be ready on the fly to interview any celebrity we got access to. We worked it and so grateful to iHeartMedia Public Relations extraordinaire Angel Aristone, who got us VIP access against all odds, because it was a packed press room. To make the story shorter just read the amaZing tweet we got through our one on one interaction with...

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Artists Revealed And On The Record
Oct16

Artists Revealed And On The Record

 Have you visited Music Choice lately? Music Choice is a multi-platform video and music network, delivering its music programming to millions of consumers nationwide through their televisions, online and mobile devices. During Hispanic Heritage Month they are featuring Daddy Yankee, an artist that is beloved by millions and has a special place at webcitygirls. Daddy Yankee is not just another rapper from Puerto Rico, he has successfully coined the term reggaeton in music industry. Daddy Yankee did more than anyone to establish reggaeton as a marketable music style during the early 21st century. Yankee’s success was so phenomenal in the wake of his 2004 mainstream breakthrough, Barrio Fino and in particular the international hit single “Gasolina” that he transcended cultural boundaries and genre trappings. He became more than just a reggaetonero, having transformed himself into an international name brand by the time his 2007 follow-up album, El Cartel: The Big Boss, was released. Disclosure: This is part of a paid campaign with Sofrito Media Group, All opinions are my own. Daddy Yankee’s name, image, and music were used to sell soft drinks for Pepsi and footwear for Reebok, as well as a syndicated show for ABC Radio Networks (Daddy Yankee on Fuego) and a feature film for Paramount Pictures (Talento de Barrio). Daddy Yankee indeed had become a business empire, of which the primary asset his music remained independent from major-label control: he keenly operated his own independent label, El Cartel Records, and chose to partner with labels such as Interscope only for purposes of marketing and distribution. Although the business side of Daddy Yankee threatened to overshadow his music, Barrio Fino stands tall as the definitive reggaeton album of its time. Boasting a pair of fantastic hits, “Gasolina” and “Lo Que Pasó, Pasó,” the album was a standard-bearer, influencing a legion of followers and establishing the production duo Luny Tunes as reggaeton hottest hitmakers. Barrio Fino was also the first reggaeton album to reach number one on the Top Latin Album chart, a position it held for roughly a year’s time while selling over a million copies in the United States alone. Daddy Yankee is a testimony of that old expression that says “when one door closes another one opens”.  For the artist had his dissolutions too, when he was in his teens baseball was his life and he says it was everything to him. Until he got shot, then he knew his baseball career was over, he knew then he would never be able to play baseball again.  It was at this time in his life at 17 years of age already a daddy of a baby...

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