Reggaeton Artist of the Month for September
Hailing from Caracas, Venezuela, singer, and songwriter Jerry Di was surrounded by the pulse of rebellious street music from an early age. He got his start singing in the groups Calle Ciega and Dakata before quitting in the hopes of starting his own duo in the vein of Wisin & Yandel. Even though the venture never took off, Jerry Di refused to give up his craft, moving to behind-the-scenes work and successfully composing for the likes of Victor Muñoz, Justin Quiles, and Guaco.
In 2017, however, Jerry Di decided that his unique “romantic reggaeton” sound would finally make its own name in the public eye. He accomplished this with his debut single “Culito Nuevo” (2018), of which the later-released remix–aptly named “Culito Nuevo 2” and which featured Big Soto, Micro TDH, and Kobi Cantill–would surpass the original. This collaboration thrust him into the spotlight and has since made him a worldwide name. His original sense of style has helped, too.
Since 2018, Jerry Di has collaborated with names such as Kenser, Trainer, and other renowned singers. His own successful singles include “Shorty,” “El Diablo,” and his latest hit, “Vaticano”.