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Perreología

Alexis & Fido

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Album Review

After handling most of their 2009 effort Down to Earth on their lonesome, reggaeton duo Alexis & Fido invite guests like Daddy Yankee, Yahvia, and Tony Dize to join them for the follow-up, 2011's Perreologia. Flashier and more polished than last time out, Perreologia is a club-minded effort with some serious bank behind it, comprised of techno-fueled tracks like the infectious single “Rescate” along with some slower, after-hours numbers like the slinky “Blam Blam.” For something especially late-night, check the spooky “Zombie,” a howl-at-the-moon highlight that could very well be reggaeton’s “Thriller.”

Biography

Formed: 2001 in Cayey, Puerto Rico

Genre: Latin Urban

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Though both Raul "Alexis" Ortiz and Joel "Fido" Martinez were active in the Puerto Rican reggaeton scene since they were teenagers, they didn't join forces until 2001 on the compilation Desafio. There was room for only one track, and both wanted to be included, so together they made "El Nalgazo," which ended up doing well on Puerto Rican radio. They decided to continue on as a duo, getting their name out to the public by contributing songs to various compilations and mixtapes, including the regional...
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Perreología, Alexis & Fido
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Latin Urban, Music, Latino
  • Released: 21 March 2011

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