|(Jfisher@nexxtmanagement.com ) Reykon, Colombian singer and songwriter known for his unparalleled style, is nominated for “OMG COLLABORATION” at this year’s Premios Juventud. With his single “Perriando” (La Murga Remix) featuring the legendary Willie Colon, Reykon reached the #1 position on Billboard’s Tropical Chart and Top 20 Latin Airplay making this a worldwide hit.
In addition to the Premios Juventud nominated song “Perriando,” Reykon, throughout his career, has collaborated with artists like Maluma, Nicky Jam, Karol G, and Pedro Capo, to name a few. Reykon is known for his hits songs, including Señorita and Imaginandote – both featuring Daddy Yankee and other songs like Latina, Domingo, Dejame Te Explico, and Mala. Currently, Reykon is promoting his new single, “Loco Por Vos,” the lead track from the Netflix Film by the same name.
The nominations were revealed this morning during Despierta América and the Premios Juventud Instagram account. The award show will take place on Thursday, August 13, and will nationally be televised on Univision.
Saban Music Group LLC (SMG) is a global music entertainment company based in Los Angeles, California. SMG was founded in 2019 by Haim Saban, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Saban Capital Group LLC and a worldwide pioneer and leader in the entertainment industry. SMG captures the globalization of music by identifying, signing, and developing artists with international appeal. This year, SMG announced a global distribution and marketing agreement with Universal Music Group (UMG), the world leader in music-based entertainment.
Since its launch, spearheaded by industry veteran Gustavo Lopez, SMG has been signing artists and developing content for the global music audiences. The music entertainment firm is committed to providing resources for both local as well as international artists through its 360 model. The company operates in many pillars, including recorded music, publishing, touring, management and acquisitions. SMG’s global artist roster includes Static & Ben El (Israel), Mergui (Israel), Marie Monti (France), Chesca (Puerto Rico), and Reykon (Colombia), to name a few.