DJ Nelson & Luny Tunes Dawdle Reggaeton’s Greatest Hits For First-Ever Latin Verzuz Battle

After uniting hip-hop’s largest names for a Verzuz fight (Eve vs. Trina, Ludacris vs. Nelly, Way Mad vs. Redman, amongst others), the webcast assortment presented its first-ever Latin fight with reggaeton hitmakers DJ Nelson and Luny Tunes on Sunday (July 17).

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Mixing dwell from MLB’s All-Star Apartment (a poolside hub in Hollywood Hills), the genre’s pioneers delivered over 40 abet-to-abet classics to an intimate in-person crowd and over 5,000 virtual fans through Triller, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Verzuztv.com.

“Folk think Nelson and I are enemies however that came a pair of in point of fact long time ago,” Luny Tunes stated all the intention thru the one-hour occasion. “Nelson deserves to be the set he is on the recent time and I’m the set I’m due to the him.”

Sharing a stage and rocking Dodgers jerseys, the DJs went all-out within the essential three rounds. Luny kicked off the fight with “Baila Morena” by Hector y Tito, “the duo that started the circulate,” he stated. Nelson like a flash jabbed abet with Hector y Tito’s “Pegate.” Luny then persisted with Daddy Yankee’s “Metele Con Candela” and Nelson with Zion y Lennox’s “Yo Voy A Llegar.”

“All of these hits were created in Drift Music. Now we include a in point of fact mammoth history,” Nelson informed the vigorous viewers after Luny spun “Ven Bailalo” by Angel y Khriz and Nelson spun “Vengao Acabando,” his collab with Alberto Stylee.

The producers battled it out in 22 rounds that integrated reggaeton bangers equivalent to Tego Calderon’s “Wasa Wasa” (Luny), Wisin y Yandel’s “Rakata” (Luny), DJ Nelson’s “En La Disco” (Nelson), and Dalmata’s “Pasarela” (Nelson), to name a pair of. “DJ Nelson and Luny include the finest trajectory in reggaeton,” Luny stated within the midst of fight.

In one of many well-known moments of the evening, Luny devoted his fight to Daddy Yankee, “an artist who fair no longer too long ago announced his retirement however is important in my history,” he renowned, spinning one of the DY hits he produced equivalent to “Limbo,” “Lo Que Paso, Paso,” “Machucando,” “Llamado de Emergencia,” and a never-released model of “Mirame” that includes Wisin y Yandel.

Nelson, on the opposite hand, paid tribute to the behind producer Drift La Film by taking half within the 2018 hit “Te Boté” (at the beginning recorded by Nío García, Casper Mágico, and Darell, and later remixed with Wicked Bunny, Ozuna, and Nicky Jim), which spent 14 non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Sizzling Latin Songs chart and its video was as soon as the most-considered of the year on YouTube. “He left us this banger for the remainder of our life,” he expressed.

Whereas Luny mainly centered his fight on his worn-faculty bangers (Thought B’s “Sweet,” Hector El Father’s “Dame Calor”), Nelson did no longer anxious a long way from presenting some of his recent hits (Rosalia and Travis Scott’s “TKN,” Jay Wheeler and Myke Towers’ “La Curiosidad”), to boot to unreleased songs from his upcoming album De Camino a Palomino, due out July 22.

Luny within the raze wrapped the Verzuz with “two of reggaeton’s international anthems,” “Mayor Que Yo” and “Noche de Travesuras,” which is why Billboard thinks that Luny takes the crown for the inaugural Latin Verzuz.

Dubbed “A salute to Latin Music Producers,” the Verzuz by Triller was as soon as in partnership with MLB and presented by Corona and TMobile. Glance it beneath:

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