Fresh off producing over half of Drake’s house music album ‘Honestly, Nevermind’, multi-platinum selling producer and Acclaimed DJ Gordo has teamed up with Grammy-nominated Colombian superstar Feid on ‘Hombres y Mujeres’. The duo aims to bring Latin music to the US dance world on this release.
Feid has amassed over 2 Billion streams on his last album alone, positioning himself as the leading emerging artist in Latin music. For Feid, the collaboration was a no-brainer, teaming up with Guatemala-born GORDO, one the biggest Latin DJs and record producers in the US. ‘Hombres y Mujeres’ seamlessly blends the worlds of Latin hip hop and US house music. Feid’s previous collaborators include J. Balvin, Sebastian Yatra, Maluma, and Karol G among others.
Gordo will join Feid onstage at his Colombia show on December 3rd. An official video is set to drop after release day. ‘Hombres y Mujeres’ is available on all streaming platforms today.
Watch this space for more news from Gordo and Feid.
GORDO is the underground project of American/Guatemalan star Diamanté Anthony Blackmon otherwise known as Carnage, who is best known for his harder dance styles. GORDO, the biggest Latin DJ and Producer, who produced half of Drake’s most recent album, “Honestly, Nevermind” bringing Drake into the house/dance world.
After rocking stages like Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Tomorrowland, charting a #1 Dance Album in the US and working with artists like Migos, Mac Miller, ILOVEMAKONNEN, Little Pump and Tyga, GORDO has gone full circle back to where he started his early career DJing in Ibiza’s most legendary venues.
He continues to show his commitment and love to this music though, and with mixes for the likes of Circo Loco in the bag and collabs with The Martinez Brothers and extended sets at his TARAKA festivals showcasing his love for techno, house and tech house, his reputation continues to blossom. There’s plenty more on the way…
Gordo’s debut single ‘KTM’ became an instant Top-10 hit on the Beatport Main Chart and with over 100 shows under his belt, his live sets are among the hottest dance parties of the moment.
This new project is about educating younger fans who might not know about the roots of house music. It is a passionate, heartfelt beginning that will redefine house music for the next generation. From here it is all about making the music Diamanté wants to make. No going back.
Outside of music, Gordo just funded development of his second school in South America, where he recently wrapped up a tour.
In another universe, you could easily see Salomón Villada Hoyos as a typical 20-something-year-old, club-hopping, sliding in-and-out of girls’ DMs, but also going through the normal growing pains of young adulthood—paying rent, making sure his parents are doing well, and perhaps finding the one. Well, in the real world Salomón Villada Hoyos is FEID, a hitmaking singer/songwriter whose last album, 19, was nominated for a Latin Grammy for Best Urban Music Album. a Grammy-nominated, Latin superstar with over 1 Billion streams to his name is passionate and excited about working with Gordo on this track. With 5+ Million followers on both Instagram and TikTok.!
For the Medellín, Colombia-born artist that moment was a career highlight but not its apex. His recent album FERXXO VOL.1 M.O.R” (MENSAJES ON REPEAT) proves to be another step in the right direction not only for another invite to Latin music’s biggest night but also to push the urbano genre forward. M.O.R. is a trip into FEID’s younger self’s two-way messages. “The acronym M.O.R. means MESSAGES ON REPEAT. They’re 15 old school text messages. I would read them over and over again, to tell [the ladies] what I was thinking,” he says of the album’s concept. “The album has a romantic undertone but as I have been polishing my way of writing in recent years it comes with authentic messages—so pure FEID phrases!” “I think that I’m building my corner,” he says confidently. Now, that’s a message that will certainly be on repeat.