The Boricuas out there should read this. Jay Wheeler, a Puerto Rican reggaetón and pop performer, just dropped the track and music video for “SOS.” The production of this song, though, draws heavily from the 1980s, and the musical palette is moody.
As a result, this might be a terrific starting place for you if you're inexperienced with reggaetón performers or Latin music in general. Additionally, he performs with a lot of emotion and expresses his desire for a loving relationship by signaling for her to join him. Additionally, this song comes after an unbelievable 2022 in which he released his largest album to date and sold out several concerts. He is now preparing for his first international tour and has new projects in the works.
‘Toy dispuesto a buscarte y bajarle al orgullo primero
Estoy aborrecío' de verte en el Insta, y no en el jangueo
Y estando solo aprendí que el amor no lo compra el dinero
Le tiré un DM a tu amiga (Amiga), pero pa' preguntarle por ti
(I'm down to pick you up and lower my pride first,
I'm tired of seeing you on Instagram and not going out,
Being alone taught me you can't buy love,
I DM'd your friend, but to ask her about you)