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Bizarrap

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Quevedo: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52 Bizarrap, Quevedo 03:18
Villano Antillano: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 51 Bizarrap, Villano Antillano 03:07
Eladio Carrion: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 40 Bizarrap, Eladio Carrion 02:44
L-Gante: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol.38 Bizarrap, L-Gante 03:12
Residente: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 49 Bizarrap, Residente 08:39
Anuel AA: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 46 Bizarrap, Anuel AA 03:21
Nicky Jam: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 41 Bizarrap, Nicky Jam 02:38
Malbec Duki, Bizarrap 02:55
Sin Frenos Eladio Carrion, Bizarrap, Duki 03:31
Mamichula Trueno, Nicki Nicole, Bizarrap, Taiu 03:39

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Bizarrap is the pseudonym of Argentine DJ and producer Gonzalo Julián Conde. Born in the city of Ramos Mejía on August 29, 1998, he is mostly known for his series Bzrp Music Sessions and Bzrp Freestyle Sessions, which feature a whole host of collaborations with both local and international artists from the urban genre. His career began in 2017 with Los Combos Locos, a compilation of videos where he combined footage taken from freestyle battles with a little bit of humor. These became extremely popular on his personal video streaming channel and soon enough, Bizarrap was making remixes for some of the hottest hip-hop and trap artists in the Argentine scene. His breakthrough hit arrived with a remix of Duki’s “No Vendo Trap,” which led to invitations by Dani, Ecko, Paulo Londra, and Khea to remix their tracks. In 2018, Bizarrap kicked off his Freestyle Sessions with Kodigo and his first Music Session arrived in 2019 featuring Belgian-Argentine rapper Bhavi. By 2020, Bizarrap was one of the most highly sought-after producers in the Latin urban scene. “Mamichula,” a single he produced for Trueno and Nicki Nickole, reached Number 1 in Argentina and Spain and even broke into the Billboard Global 200 chart. That same year, the 36th installment of his Music Sessions featuring Nathy Peluso reached Number 4 in Argentina and 11 in Spain, rapidly obtaining platinum certification by Promusicae.