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We are back on another beautiful Tuesday for our #traptuesdays post and we have a very special treat for you today. Take everything you know about Trap Rap and flip the switch; we bring you a rising Trap star in Lenny Tavarez with his single, “Caviar”. This track is already gaining ground in all of Puerto Rico and now he has his sights set on all of North America.

You may be asking yourself right now, Why is this gaining traction in Puerto Rico and how is this trap song different than every other Trap Rap track that is coming out these days? Well, for one, Lenny Tavarez reigns from the town of San Juan in Puerto Rico and yes, this track is all in Spanish. Let me expand on this a bit more; the trap beat is intoxicating to say the least, with one soundwave entering your ear we are entranced in the charm. Lenny Tavarez provides the same type of enchantment with his singing rap that is just enough auto-tuned to please the ear.

We understand, “Caviar” is in Spanish and you may not understand a lick of what he’s saying. Hear me out, some songs are great on their own and you don’t need to know what they are saying to really love them. Example, do we ever know what Migos, Fetty Wap or any rapper these days are really saying. For the longest, I thought Fetty Wap was saying ‘soda’ and not ‘sewed up’ in his song 679.  Regardless, GoogleTranslate is just a click away. We urge you to join Puerto Rico in the Lenny Tavarez craze and listen to “Caviar”. Who knows, you may know more of what he’s saying than you might think.

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One thought on “Bringing something you probably never heard before: Trap Rap in Spanish – Lenny Tavarez “Caviar”

  1. The trap scene in Puerto Rico is growing exponentially. Lenny Alvarez had a past in reggaeton so his incursion into trap is more of a crossover. He still doesn’t hold a candle to the hottest stars right now like Bad Bunny, Bryant Myers, Almightly or Anuel AA, just to name a few.

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