Reggaeton Artist of the Month for October 2023
Mora, is a Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, songwriter, and music producer who has made significant waves in the reggaeton and Latin music industry. Born on April 2, 1996, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Mora’s musical journey began at a young age. He started by playing the flute and later learned to play the piano.
Mora’s musical career took off in 2017 when he independently released some of his first singles, including “Provocándome” and “Señorita” with Rafa Pabön. These early tracks gained attention, but it was his collaboration with Eladio Carrión, Brray, and Joyce Santana on the remix of “Pensabas” that truly propelled him into the spotlight. In 2018, Mora signed with Rimas Music, a Puerto Rican record label, and continued to release hit singles such as “Si tú no estás” with Myke Towers and “Reir o Llorar.” His collaboration with Bad Bunny on “Una Vez,” featured on Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG album, marked a significant turning point in Mora’s career, elevating him to new heights.
Subsequent releases, including the remix of “Volando” with Bad Bunny and Sech, continued to showcase his talent and versatility. In 2022, he dropped his second studio album, “Microdosis,” featuring collaborations with artists like Zion, Kendo Kaponi, and Jhayco. Mora’s third album, “Paraíso,” followed in 2022, further cementing his position as one of the most exciting and innovative figures in the reggaeton genre. His fourth album, “Estrella,” released in 2023, demonstrated his personal growth as an artist and featured a wide range of styles and collaborations, solidifying his reputation as a musical force to be reckoned with. Mora’s dedication to pushing boundaries and exploring various musical genres has made him a standout artist in the Latin music scene.