Angel & Khriz

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Angel & Khriz
Also known as Los Mvp,Los Internacionales
Origin Puerto Rico
Genres Reggaeton
Years active 2002–present
Labels MVP Records, Machete Music, VI Music, Universal Music Latin Entertainment, Mr 305 Inc.
Associated acts Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, Alexis & Fido, Ivy Queen
Website Angel & Khirz - Universal Music
Members Angel Rivera Guzmán (Angel) December 30, 1968 (age 47)
Christian Colón Rolon (Khriz) September 13, 1974 (age 41)

Angel & Khriz are a Puerto Rican reggaeton duo, consisting of Angel Rivera Guzmán (Angel) and Christian Colón Rolon (Khriz). Their high-impact performance on this first time out recording led to their sponsorship by Hector "El Father". Through that relationship the duo recorded their first single, "Cazando Voy," which reached platinum status and earned them the reputation as "the MVP's of the year." In 2004, they signed with MVP Records and toured extensively throughout South and Central America. The success of their debut recording, Los MVP's, garnered the attention and an eventual distribution with Universal's Machete Music, a label targeting the ever-growing urban Latino audience. Appearances in many U.S. cities to receptive crowds has earned the duo a reputation as one of reggaeton's most popular duos. In 2005, their debut studio album Los MVP was released and featured the hit singles "Ven Baílalo" and "De Cazeria". The album was certified Platinum by the United States Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and a special edition was released the following year. The special edition of Los MVP featured their two singles "Fua" and "De Lao a Lao". Performances at high-visibility events like opening Premios Juventud and closing the 2006 Latin Billboard Awards alongside Tito "El Bambino" and Wisin & Yandel continued to increase these budding artists' recognition and potential. Almost three years later, in 2008, their second studio album, Showtime was released. Singles featured on the album were "La Vecina" and "Na De Na". This album was released by Machete Music. Two years later, Da' Take Over, the duo's third studio album was released. It featured the hit singles "Ayer La Vi" & "Me Enamoré".

Career[edit]

In the year 2005, they have come up with the songs "Fua", "De Lao A Lao" (bachata and merengue reggaeton versions), and "Las Noches Son Tristes". They have been compared to artists like Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, and Wisin & Yandel in terms of fame. They have also released a single entitled "Carita de Angel" (Face of an Angel) from Echo "The Lab"'s compilation album Invasion. In 2008 they released their new album Showtime with the first single being "La Vecina" (The Neighbor) and their second single "Na De Na". Rockstar Games chose their song "Ven Baílalo" to appear in one of GTA IV's character trailers (Manny Escuela). The song features on the Grand Theft Auto IV radio station San Juan Sounds and later in the "GTA: Episodes From Liberty City" with the song "Na De Na" . Their other song "Muevela" was featured in the Fast and Furious 4 movie and soundtrack. Their 3rd album named "Da' Take Over" which is now available on iTunes. They are currently touring the U.S and Latin America a part of their 'Da'Takeover tour' .[1] The music is varied with a focus on reggae. They are currently working on their 4th album "Los Internacionales". The duo will be releasing their next single "No Hay Break Pa'Ninguna." on November 17, 2012. Eric Duars, the duo's manager confirmed this via Twitter. He mentioned in the tweet that the song is a reggaeton song and will silence critics that are saying the duo only release commercial stuff such as dance and pop music.[2]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-08-25. Retrieved 2011-11-04. 
  2. ^ "Angel & Khriz back to reggaeton!". Reggaetonline. Pokus Web Solutions. 2012-11-13. Retrieved 2012-11-14. 
  3. ^ artists.letssingit.com/angel-y-khriz-ss1d8/overview

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