There’s a new Latino lyricist emerging in music – and he comes with already-lengthy credentials.
Dominican urban artist Sensato (born William Reyna) is best known for his wild success with “Watagatapitusberry,” an infectious (and somewhat nonsensical) song that blazed through the radio two years ago. The song’s popularity skyrocketed so that Lil Jon and Cuban American rapper Pitbull joined in on its official remix.
This fall, the 27-year-old teamed up with Mr. Worldwide for a club-ready record titled “Latinos in Paris,” which saw its music video premiere this past weekend. Sensato’s music cred continues to grow; he also has a new single out titled “Crazy People,” which also features Pitbull and Spanish DJ/producer Sak Noel.
As a young boy in the Dominican Republic, Sensato began rapping good messages in church. When he moved to New York at 13, Sensato’s taste in music expanded to hip-hop. Over a decade has passed since then, and the future looks promising for the lyricist looks promising. Sensato spoke to Latina.com recently about what it was like to work with Pitbull and who influences him musically.
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