Three guys, one girl; MB, La Baby, J. Soprano and Conejo comprise the reggeaton ensemble known as Ghetto Flow. They are one of the most noteworthy reggaeton voices of the moment and their name is quickly spreading along with the increasing popularity of reggaeton music.
Since coming on the scene with their debut-album "Los Reales", to currently working with international artists on their latest album, their solid fan base only continues to expand. After seven years Ghetto Flow proves itself to be the best reggaeton group in Europe. Their music, sound, performance and character proves their versatility, talent and uniqueness. They are one of the best urban live-acts and have done shows in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France and Luxemburg. They have opened for some of the Latin's heavyweight, including Don Omar, Tego Calderon, Aventura, T.O.K., Victor Manuelle, Wisin y Yandel and Gilberto Santa Rosa.
Their star is rising and heading for mainstream status and worldwide recognition.
They learned at an early age the value of a hard work ethic and Ghetto Flow has been able to work its way up the ranks over the course of several years.
By 2006, they got a taste of greater success with their song "Ñaka Ñaka", which began buzzing on local Dutch radio stations. With its infectious bass beat and hook it was an immediate hit. Ghetto Flow arrived just as reggaeton was introduced throughout the urban centers of Europe. Their rapidly growing fan base helped increasing the momentum and popularity of the group.
All four members have a unique voice, but the combination of these vocals creates a sound that sets them apart from other reggaeton artists. Working together set Ghetto Flow on the path to creating their own style, one that mixed the rhythmic sounds of salsa, bachata, merengue, reggaeton, dancehall and hip-hop.
Yes! We perform a lot and we always perform live, because we want everyone to know that Ghetto Flow is one of the best reggaeton live-acts.
We've had so many special moments! We absolutely loved being the opening act for Wisin y Yandel, Don Omar, Aventura, Victor Manuelle and Tego Calderon.