DJ Negro is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall artist who has released six studio albums. He has also collaborated with artists such as Mavado, Sean Paul, Beenie Man, and more.
The dj negro lmp is a DJ who has been active since the late 2000s. He was born in New York City and he currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
DJ Negro was a key figure in the early days of reggaeton in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as his turntablism and club management contributed to shape the genre. He started his start as Vico C’s DJ, and he even received co-billing on the rap en espaol pioneer’s first album, Mision: La Cima (1990, Prime Records), where he’s featured on the front cover, appearing very young. DJ Negro continued to collaborate with Vico C, featuring on Hispanic Soul (1991), although he quickly moved on to the San Juan club scene. He started the Noise in 1992, a club night where people could freestyle over hip-hop and reggae songs played by DJs. As turntablists Tony Touch and DJ Nelson became regulars, as did a lengthy list of aspiring cantantes eager to freestyle for the audience, the club became a collaborative. Those that earned their stripes with the Noise include Ivy Queen, Baby Rasta & Gringo, Las Guanabanas, Baby Ranks, Point Breakers, and Trebol Clan. DJ Negro started releasing an important series of Noise CDs — some recorded live in the club, some in the studio — through Sony Discos, and this club-oriented combination of hip-hop and reggae background tracks with on-the-spot freestyling became extremely powerful. Quiero un Amor (1994), a solo album created by singer César Flores and producer Elvis Garca, was his more promising effort, since the collective had started creating its own proto-reggaeton tunes. DJ Negro also supervised Ivy Queen’s (En Mi Imperio, 1997) and Baby Rasta & Gringo’s (Live Desde el Mas Allá, 1997) solo debut albums, and continued with his series of Noise CDs until the tenth and last volume, The Noise, Vol. 10: The Last Noise, was released (2004). Reggaeton had developed into a globally known and financially successful form of music by that time, and DJ Negro’s key role in its inception was beginning to get greater attention.
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