J Balvin's motto has all the time been to unite totally different cultures by way of music. For instance, "Mi Gente" with Willy William and Beyonce unite the French, American and Colombian cultures. The identical occurred together with his tune "Machika" with Jeon (from Aruba) and Anitta (Brazil).
On this event, Balvin is demonstrating his help differently. Now, he’s supporting the Haitian tradition inviting Michael Brun to be his opening act on his Vibras tour within the United States.
To be taught extra concerning the story, Streets Talkin spoke with the 25-year-old producer, who gave particulars of how his friendship with Balvin and the way the concept of ??being the opening act for the tour each took place.
How did you meet J Balvin?
We labored collectively on the tune "Positivo," which was Telemundo's official theme to rejoice the 2018 World Cup. J Balvin actually appreciated my work, music and elegance, so we exchanged numbers and that's how our friendship started.
Tell us about your background.
I used to be born in Port au Prince, Haiti, and my fashion fuses conventional Haitian rhythms with fashionable pop and digital beats. My sound is, like, Caribbean-style. I do play guitar and piano, however I found EDM and I simply love to supply music.
Why are you an important match for J Balvin's opening act?
As we all know, J Balvin needs to unite cultures, and that’s the rationale why he provides so many alternatives to non-Latin expertise. For him, it was a good suggestion to have me on his tour, as a result of it helps his objective in music.
Since you’re performing for a brand new market that doesn’t primarily communicate your native language, have you considered studying Spanish?
Yes. I communicate Creole, English and Portuguese, however with this chance I made a decision to be taught Spanish. I would like to have the ability to talk with the viewers throughout this wonderful alternative.