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YannC, Darkiel, Mike Towers, Eladio Carrion & Brray
Number of songs: 1 | Total weeks on charts: 18
Appearing in a total number of: 1 charts | Total period running: 113 days
Songs by YannC, Darkiel, Mike Towers, Eladio Carrion & Brray

YannC is a Puerto Rican producer. His most relevant work has been to make a reggaetón track with the collaborations of Juanka el Problematik, Gotay, D Ozi and El Sica entitled 'La Nena'. In addition, he has made different musical bases of trap and Hip-Hop. It is also known as ‘El Armónico’.

Omar David Hernández Colón, known as Darkiel, is a Puerto Rican reggaeton artist and actor, born in Lares. He is better known for his role in the Netflix biographical series of Nicky Jam called Nicky Jam: El Ganador.

Mike Towers is one of the most important and influential rappers within the urban genre, his popularity has been so great that several reggaeton and trap artists have wanted to include him in their collaborations. The Puerto Rican has been a success for his fresh style, his candid and direct lyrics, and the ease with which he manages to connect with his audience. However, Towers himself is one of the first to clarify that, although he likes to do featurings with other artists, his solo work is a priority. He has collaborated with artists such as Messiah, Lary Over, Álvaro Díaz, D.Ozi and Rafa Pabón.

Eladio Carrion (born November 14, 1994) is US rapper from Maryland, who is best known for releasing tracks such as "No Me Vire", "Con Las Dos", and "Dame Una Hora".

Bryan García Quinones, better known as Brray, is a singer and composer of the urban genre hip hop and trap. He was born on September 19, 1992 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is recognized as one of the most outstanding new revelation artists.
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