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Tokischa

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Ride Or Die, Pt. 2 (with Villano Antillano & Tokischa) Sevdaliza, Villano Antillano, Tokischa 02:38
Linda Tokischa, ROSALÍA 02:24
SOL Tokischa 02:51
LA COMBI VERSACE ROSALÍA, Tokischa 02:40
KILO The Martinez Brothers, Tokischa 05:10
Chulo pt.2 Bad Gyal, Tokischa, Young Miko 03:38
Delincuente Tokischa, Anuel AA, Ñengo Flow 03:46
Hung Up on Tokischa Madonna, Tokischa 03:26
ESTILAZO Marshmello, Tokischa 02:38
Perra J Balvin, Tokischa 02:37

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SOL

by Tokischa

30/05/2024

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Moving effortlessly between trap, hip-hop, and dembow, Dominican Latin urban artist Tokischa Altagracia Peralta (March 17, 1996), known mononymously as Tokischa, rose to fame thanks to equal doses of musical talent and controversy. Born in the city of San Felipe de Puerto Plata, she spent her teenage years in the neighborhood of Los Frailes in Santo Domingo and honed her creative skills from a very early age by studying fine and dramatic arts. Tokischa entered the music industry after working as a model for photographer Raymi Paulus, who signed her to his label Paulus Music. “Pícala,” her debut single featuring Tivi Gunz, came out in 2018 and became a regional success, with its accompanying video reaching 1 million views in the week of its release. In 2019, she recorded the song “Perras Como Tú” for the Mexican film Miss Bala: Merciless and issued several singles that ended up going viral on social media, including “Twerk” with Eladio Carrión, “Varón,” “Desacato Escolar” with Yomel El Meloso and Leo RD, and “El Rey de la Popola” with Rochy RD. In 2021, she made international headlines by landing collaborative tracks with J Balvin (“Perra”) Spanish pop diva Rosalía (“Linda”), which helped expose her music to a wider audience.