Young Miko to Join Bizarrap for ‘BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 58’


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Young Miko is teaming up with Bizarrap for one of the producer’s popular music sessions. The Puerto Rican rapper and the Argentine producer announced their collaboration on Instagram on Monday (Jan. 8).

The pair revealed that the song will arrive Wednesday (Jan. 10).

It’s the first time the pair has joined forces for a track. Young Miko joins an impressive roster of artists — including Shakira, Peso Pluma, Quevedo and Milo J — who’ve jumped on one of Bizarrap’s zealously streamed music sessions. His collab with Shakira broke numerous records, including earning a staggering 14 Guinness World Records with her “Music Session, Vol. 53,” and a No. 3 spot on Billboard‘s 100 Best Songs of 2023. It also soared on multiple Billboard charts, including Latin Pop Airplay, where it spent 12 weeks at No. 1, and peaking at No. 2 on the Billboard Global 200.

The new song will follow Young Miko’s reggaetón banger “Señorita” also starring Wisin, and the club hit “Colmillo,” on which she paired up with superstars Tainy and J Balvin as well as genre pioneers Jowell & Randy.

Young Miko is set to perform in Mexico, making stops in Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City starting March 15. Last year, the wordsmith, who was formerly a tattoo artist, landed on Billboard Latin and Español‘s 50 Best Spanish-language Rappers of All Time; she was also Billboard‘s Latin Rookie of the Year. During Billboard Latin Music Week 2023, Miko joined an all-star roster of Latin female artists — including GALE, Maria Becerra, Nathy Peluso, Nicki Nicole and Kany García — for a panel dubbed Boys Club No More. “Classy 101,” her 2023 collaboration with Feid, landed at 99 on the Hot 100.

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