Milo J, the 17-year-old rapper from Morón who rose to popularity with remarkable speed both for songs like “Rara Vez” and “Milagrosa” and for his collaborations with Nicki Nicole or YSY A, will take a new step in his career with a first presentation at the Movistar Arena stadiumfrom the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Crespo, where it will be presented on March 22 of next year.
The news was confirmed a few months after the first time he offered a live show – with two sold out dates in Niceto last May – and having been nominated in the category Best rap or hip hop song at the Latin Grammys that will be awarded. this Thursday in Seville.
Considered a new prodigy of urban musicCamilo Joaquín Villaruel – such is his real name – debuted in the field in 2021 with the release of his first single, “Tusvueltas”, and today he records songs with leaders of the scene such as Bhavi or Khea, whom he followed a short time ago as part of the public.
The following year he would rise to national recognition thanks to cuts such as “Milagrosa”, “El bolero”, made with Yami Safdie, and “Valores del West”, with Foco Foking; and in 2023 she reached a new peak of success with “Rarely,” produced by Taiu, which garnered 350 million streams on Spotify and over 100 million views on YouTube.
Milo J will disembark at the Movistar Arena after performing this year in Spainto participate in the Evening of the Year organized by Bilbao streamer Ibai Llanos, where he accompanied his colleague Duki on stage with his song “Malbec”.
Most notably, last October was summoned by the world-renowned producer Bizarrap to star in the long-awaited “BZRP Music Sessions #57”, which featured a short preview film acted by Guillermo Francella and Gastón Cocchiarale.
Tickets for the show can be purchased starting this Monday at 4 p.m. through the site www.movistararena.com.ar.
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