On the evening Variety questioned Tainy in glory of his becoming called Variety’s Hitmaker of the Month, the Puerto Rican-born maker and singer received word that Bad Bunny’s new album “Light Up Night” is coming “Un Verano Sin Tipo” had restored to the peak of the Billboard 200 album sales for its eighth non-consecutive feb. The mark seems to be directed toward The Drop with a top-album-of-the-year position that will be hard for any other composer to fall by The Stop of 2022. Can the media change that “Un Verano Sin Tisso” Beyonce’s stance has been shifted “Renaissance” from the peak of the U. S. Diagram created by Tainy — alias Marcos Efra n Mas s Ferné — experience beautiful images, that would be very much more in staying with the configuration they had for all this surprising escape rd. “Going into” Un Verano Sin Tijuana, Bad Bunny wanted to do something completely different than what he had done in the past. He wanted happiness, from start to finish – light. The past albums of his that we have worked on have had ups and downs, as well as dark and mellow moments. This time, He wanted to embrace all of the happy times that he had living through the summers of Puerto Rico, traveling and being with his loved ones. Even when we worked with Bomba Esté Reo, everyone had total freedom, with but one suggestion: to make it a cute, happy!, sun-coming song. And all of that put me in the mood And the space to imagine beaches, imagine sunshine and imagine places real and not-so-real where we could have a good time. “Tainy keeps big buildings with producers and materials funds on Bad Bunny’s past solo work, very soon, such as the artist’s 2018 breakthrough” X 100preed “his 2020 two-some” YHLQMDLG “and” El ltimo Tour Del Mundo “and his 2019 combined music with J Balvin” Oasis. “That contains the first music from” Un Verano Sin Tis “Bad Bunny’s medley with Bomba Esté realtor” Ojitos Lindos “and the recently released song” Me Fui de Vacaciones. “Tainy laughs as he acknowledges the accomplishment shared with Bad Bunny (” It’s an amazing feeling “), but he’s not so big on the laurels. He has an music breakthrough of his own he’d like to get in before the stop of 2022, to be named” Data “as previewed in his ambient new single” Sci-Fi “with singer Rauw Alejandro. In all this and other his side works, he wants to keep the Reggaeton explosion in new, exciting directions. Developing reggaeton is how Tainy started in the first place, when he wrote songs he was able to do it himself” at age 14 or 15 “to Francisco Salda and Victor Cabrera, who shape the production team of Luny Tunes, efficaciously the Jam and Lewis of Latin song at the best of the 2000s.” They were the most established producers in Puerto Rico, and they allowed me under their umbrella, and to thrive “tells Tainy of Salda (Luny) and Cabrera (Tunes).” I practiced my production chops every day after school, and remember clearly giving Luny my track, something he made me do from scratch, and getting the golden ticket to get into that world. They actually made me do the music for the top of their album, Matt Flow 2. My intro to that world was the literal intro to that record. And that was everything to me… I didn’t even think of it as a job, but more of an adventure, seeing and learning how to produce a track with an artist from start to finish and not just give them a beat. “Tainy follows up by commending the Luny Tunes group and maker Nely” El Arma Secreta “for his all-inclusive top-to-bottom producer and handwriting, which he uses on modern costs also including Rosalia, Balvin and Bad Bunny, to speak not of his new music.” I was a kid into art who always thought I would be doing something closer to graphics or drawing for a living before music “Tells Tainy.” I didn’t have a big brother, so I paid attention to what the older kids doing music were doing. I paid attention to how a producer could make an instrumental, then have a vocalist, and got mind-blown, especially doing it on the computer where I could do anything I wanted… Creating with no limits. “Creating with no limits also meant listening with no limits, beyond Latin music – a genre-less vibe that helps make a Tainy track like no other, and turned reggaeton on its ear.” Growing up in Puerto Rico whereupon, reggaeton did this… “. But I was heavily influenced by hip-hop filmmakers like the Neptunes, Kanye West and Timbaland. I was really into nu-metal like the System of a Down, Blink 182, Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit.” these metal and hip-hop influences are what give a Tiny track its wild aggressive abandon and frenetic feel, beyond reggaeton’s rush. “I’m grateful to have been a part of Regina’s growth, opening its boundaries” he tells. “I heard and was part of what Luny Tunes and Nely were doing, but I wanted to make my own imprint. I had something different to offer, and that helped me find my space. The effects of a Linkin Park and The kicks and snares of a Neptune – combine that into The sorts of Reggaeton patterns used naturally, and caught certain artists ‘attention.” Tainy grins when he tells his “there was always a risk that this weird music would freak the artists out, and no one would call me again.” Beyond operating with soon reggaeton founders including Daddy Yankee, Wisin & Yandel, Don Omar, and many others, the maker is delighted that he has a companion “this generation’s most open-minded creators” J Balvin and Bad Bunny. They are a combination of two works, like Tainy, they wanted to expand the borders of reggaeton and edmunds, start with, as between, 2018’s new album will appear at the Cleveland Brown Center “Vibras” and “X 100pc.” Calling 2018 a vital and awesome year, Tainy has created a bonus “a whole new sound” and up-and-coming megastar companions who assured him, Bad Bunny specifically, for his victory. “You can see and hear that connection today” tells Tainy of their sync, one that guided to the worldwide bang “I Like It” by Cardi B, with Bad Bunny and Balvin as featured artists. “Having Cardi opened up an even broader world for me and my sound” he tells. “From that point on, I can work with pop artists who might not have known me prior to this.” This list includes Dua Lipa, Camila Cabello, Benny Blanco and Selena Gomez, Tainy has been recognized as a standout composer on several songs, including “Un D a (One Day)” “Oh Na Na Na” and “I Can’t Get Enough.” As vital and awesome As 2018 was, 2022 has been a discovery, with his producer, and writing credits for Rosalia’s “Motomami” Bad Bunny’s chart-exploding career “Un Verano Sin Tipo” and Tainy’s possess music songs — something he has been since 2018. “This has been a time when I have had no limits, just trying stuff as I like with diverse artists with whom I have intense conversations beforehand” he tells. “Seeing how they imagined this dream of theirs, saying it through, helps me to evolve, find new parts of myself and make individual sounds for each of them.” In special, co-writing and creating numerous tracks with Bunny “Un Verano Sin Ti” was essential in assisting the rapper-vocalist understand his dream. Getting mastered the art of tone “Un Verano Sin Tiem” so that it stayed at the top of the music display for eight weeks, Tainy’s new solo song is more centred on atmosphere than it ever has been, beginning with the wonderfully windless ambience and smooth bachata rhythm of “Sci-Fi” with legends like singer Rauw Alejandro. “Sci-Fi” He was publicly groovy but less richly complicated than his standard songs, with a murky voice, non-crushing bass that drifts and scares. “That track is special to me because I’m trying to explore within and find out who I am as an artist and what sounds amazing to me” He tells them. “Not having specific guidance from another artist is liberating. I’m creating instrumentals and atmospheres that feel a part of me, and part of the concept I’m creating for the overall” Data “project, but things that I have never explored before. Having Rauw in the studio and finding that this track resonated with him is a bonus — really cool. He has seen my dreams.” As for the future “Data” Tainy’s solo full-art album debut, while you’re here “Sci-Fi” and its spaced-out vibe will certainly be part of the album project he believes will be out before 2022’s end ( “and with many folks you’d consider and many you could not ever fathom”), much more of the album will be radical and unexpected. “I’m more than halfway there, this month, I just need to be able to get a lot of the vocals that I need to touch up some of the tracks” tells Tainy, without speaking who will do that chanting for the rest of the music. “I want to do things that I haven’t done yet… Just lay it all out.”.