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Ghetto Flow

Ghetto Flow

Ghetto Flow


The new voice of the Reggaeton movement! Hailing from the Dominican Republic, Ghetto Flow is armed with a contagious, rhythmic sound that cannot be denied. With un-paralleled versatility, Ghetto Flow are poised to be a cross over smash hit! Growing up in the rough streets of the Dominican Republic, life has never been easy for Ghetto Flow. They have experiences truly harsh conditions in their time. Though harsh, these experiences have only made them stronger individuals. Read more on Last.fm
The new voice of the Reggaeton movement! Hailing from the Dominican Republic, Ghetto Flow is armed with a contagious, rhythmic sound that cannot be denied. With un-paralleled versatility, Ghetto Flow are poised to be a cross over smash hit! Growing up in the rough streets of the Dominican Republic, life has never been easy for Ghetto Flow. They have experiences truly harsh conditions in their time. Though harsh, these experiences have only made them stronger individuals.

These growing pains have fueled Ghetto Flows drive to succeed, as well as give them the ultimate appreciation for all the praise they receive. They are special. That is what every artist likes to say to promote them selves, but this group prooves it with every performance. THE BIOGRAPHY OF: GHETTO FLOW http://www.ghettoflow.com/gfx/GhettoFlow_Photo.jpg With reggaeton running through their veins, they are the most exiting group in around. MEMBERS MB The musical motor running this group is MB. His grandfather put a record in his small fists just half an hour after he was born in ‘83.

He was made for music, it was very clear from that point. He was busy with reggaeton on Dominican soil in 1997. That year he went to Curaçao, where he did his first steps on stage with his own group Los Terricolas. The new millennium was coming and MB decided to go to the Netherlands.

Over there he could not find anyone producing beats. So when nobody else does it... JOHAN And so it happened. In 2001 he met the same spirit of Johan and together they made beats and tracks with the name Light Clan. During a game of pool they met the lady from the quartet, La Baby.

After talking a little they found out they had the same passion for reggaeton, and it didn’t take long before duo Light Clan became a trio. LA BABY La Baby had the dream that was Ghetto Flow, and got the peaces together to make that dream a reality. Armed with a lyrical flow uncommon to female MCs in the reggaeton genre, La Baby is truly one of a kind! Born in ‘85, was a great reggaeton lover from the age of twelve. She gave shows at the schoolyard by singing tracks of her hero Ivy Queen. Three years after that, her mom put her on the plane, to a better future.

La Baby would not be La Baby if she didn't make the best of that. CONEJO There was one more person needed to close the gate making the group Ghetto Flow. The Young Gun, Conejo. This phenom is a lyrical master! Conejo consistently hits you time after time with pure lyrical genius. Conejo is quiet and laid back by nature, but put a microphone in his hands and its another story.

He truly comes to life on stage, as many have already witnessed. From the time he was eleven, he has been writing rhymes, and during his years on Saint Maarten he had a group called La Ciencia. Conejo is linguistically gifted. Very few can match his ability to rhyme and write in three different languages. In 2005, one of the founders of www.reggaeton-music.nl, made contact with La Baby through the website.

The passion and motivation that La Baby was showing while talking about reggaeton and her group was the matchmade, even though La Baby did not have a clue that the founder of the site was working in the music industry. After seeing them performing at an underground reggaeton party, the website immediatly started promoting the group. Ghetto Flow since then has been noticed by many at their many shows. Not only audience, also reggaeton king Don Omar went to watch their show in April 2006 and was very impressed that at his own show he told the audience to keep supporting Ghetto Flow as they were one of the best acts he had seen. They alsoerformed 3 shows with Papi Sanchez and recently they were supporting act for Wisin y Yandel at their only show in Europe! This show pulled 2500 people to this first big Reggaeton only party. Ghetto Flow right now is working hard on the shooting of their first video clip of the track “Naka Naka” which will come out in september 2006. We can spend a lot of more words to tell you how impressive they are.

But please, let's say no more: listen to their music and if you want you can check some live video's at their website: http://www.ghettoflow.com Check also: http://www.myspace.com/ghettoflow Upcoming Shows: Jun 02 2006 Club Intention | With Papi Sanchez | Rotterdam Jun 03 2006 Reggaeton Party with Papi Sanchez Majestic Lounge | Vlaardingen Jun 04 2006 Reggaeton Party with Papi Sanchez | Powerzone | Amsterdam Jun 10 2006 Wanted | Vondelpark Theater | Amsterdam Jun 18 2006 Roots Festival Oosterpark Amsterdam Jun 22 2006 Luxembourg | Location Tba | Luxembourg Jun 23 2006 Support act of Wisin Y Yandel | Powerzone | Amsterdam Jun 24 2006 Afro Latino Festival | Opitter – Bree | Belgium Jun 25 2006 Parkpop Festival | The Hague > Xstage (supported by The Box & FunX) Jul 02 2006 | Musada Festival | Sittard Jul 02 2006 | Latin Village Festival | Spaarnwoude Jul 08 2006 | New Attracktion Festival, support act of T.O.K.| Groningen July 15 2006 | Club Languna | Rotterdam Aug 12 2006 | Dos Uno | Hemkade - Zaandam Aug 13 2006 | Rotterdam Zomerfestival | Rotterdam Aug 26 2006 | Beachparty | Kijkduin Aug 26 2006 | Uitmarkt | Amsterdam Sept 08 2006 | The Palace | Groningen Sept 22 2006 | Club Mundial | Beek Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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