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Lunay

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Soltera (Remix) Lunay, Daddy Yankee, Bad Bunny 04:26
Ella Boza, Lunay, Lenny Tavarez, Juhn 05:30
No Te Quieren Conmigo Gaby Music, Lunay, Luar La L 04:12
A Solas (Remix) Lunay, Lyanno, Anuel AA, Brytiago 04:33
Nadie (feat. Sech & Sharo Towers) Farruko, Ozuna, Lunay, Sech 04:30
Hot (with Lunay) Dei V, Lunay 02:37
Victoria Lunay, Beele 03:43
La Cama (Remix) Lunay, Ozuna, Myke Towers, Chencho Corleone 05:30
La Boca Mau y Ricky, Camilo, Lunay 03:08
Soltera Lunay, Gaby Music, Chris Jedi 03:33

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El Niño

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EL NIÑO

EXPLICIT

DALE BANDA
TODO O NADA
VUDÚ

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Biography

Jefnier Osorio Moreno (October 4, 2000), better known as Lunay, is a Puerto Rican reggaeton artist. Born in Corozal, he divided his attention between soccer and music as a child but opted for the latter during his teenage years. At the age of 12, Osorio Moreno began posting freestyle videos to social media and music-sharing platforms under his real name while working as a model. In 2017, his independently-released single “Aparentas” featuring rapper Mvrio garnered the attention of producers Chris Jeday and Gaby Music. After signing with the duo’s record label, he adopted the stage name Lunay and released the viral singles “Luz Apaga” (2018) with Ozuna and “A Solas” (2018) featuring Anuel AA, Lyanno, Brytiago, and Alex Rose. By 2019, Lunay was already rubbing elbows with some of the biggest names in the urban genre, such as Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny (“Soltera”) and Zion & Lennox (“Llégale”). His studio debut Épico was released later that year and reached Number 2 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart. Following a handful of collaborative singles with Lil Mosey (“Top Gone”) and Nicki Nicole (“No Toque Mi Naik”), Lunary dropped a second album titled El Niño (2021), which featured guest spots by Anitta, Bryant Myers, and Chencho Corleone. “Le Gusta Que la Vean,” one of the tracks from the album, peaked at Number 72 in Spain.