Guaynaa released his first studio album: “La República”

Guaynaa, the Puerto Rican music sensation nominated for the Latin Grammy, released her debut album entitled “La República”, which comes with the official music video for “Chikitita”, a song she recorded with El Alfa and is included in this production.

The 16-track album features a variety of fusions that seamlessly blend a variety of genres and collaborations with artists such as Play-N-Skillz, Poupie, Servando y Florentino, Los Ángeles Azules, India Martinez and Noel Schajris.

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The songs that make up this album are:

1. “Baja”

2. “Chikitita” ft. El Alfa and Play-N-Skillz

3. “Pompea”

4. “Breathe”

5. “What-A-Monton”

6. “Touch”

7. “Besame Toda la Noche” ft. Poupie

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8. “Naive Heart”

9. “Two Suns”

10. “Beer”

11. “Los Cachos” ft. Servando and Florentino

12. “Cumbia a la gente” ft. The blue Angels

13. “Monterrey”

14. “El Payo” ft. India Martinez

15. “We are”

16. “Between the Clouds” ft. Noel Schajris

Guaynaa is one of the most popular artists of recent times and the video for his single “Se Te Nota”, along with Lele Pons, received more than 367 million visits and her collaboration with Sebastian Yatra, “Ideal Girl”, has amassed more than 213 million views on YouTube.

Also, recently was nominated for his second Latin Grammy for “Best Urban Fusion / Performance” for “Diplomático” with Major Lazer. In 2020, he received his first award nomination for “Best Reggaeton Performance” for “Chicharròn” with Cauty.

Earlier this year, the Puerto Rican – who left his chemical engineering studies unfinished to pursue his passion for music and become a star – was nominated for six Premios Juventud, where he also performed twice and presented an award.


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