Brytiago gains recognition for debut album “Organico” and single ‘Asesina’

Puerto Rican Urbano singer, Brytiago, is making moves on all digital platforms, and climbing the Latin music charts with his debut album Organico.

Brytiago came into the scene in 2016, dropping multiple singles under Daddy Yankee’s Cartel label. His fast-paced rhythmic beats, smooth lyrics and his collaborations with some of Latin music’s biggest stars helped him gain recognition.

By 2018, Brytiago’s “Asesina,” remix featuring Ozuna, Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA and Darell peaked at #7 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Song Chart.

This year, the RIAA, recognized the original version of “Asesina,” featuring, Darell, with a diamond certification for going 4X platinum.

“As long as I get more professional achievements, I get even more humble. I walk in this industry full of gratitude for the support of my fans. Thank you, without you, none of this would be possible,” said Brytiago.

Brytiago. Courtesy of NV Marketing and Public Relations LCC.

Still, two years later, the record continues to be a huge success in the Latin music world. So far, the music video has gathered over 420 million views on YouTube.

But that’s not all Brytiago gets to celebrate this year, only a month after the release of Organico, it became the #1 best selling Latin album, surpassing artists such as Bad Bunny, Ricardo Arjona and Ricky Martin. 

The album features collaborations with artists Darell, Wisin, Rauw Alejandro, Dalex, Lenny Tavárez, Lunay, Jhay Cortes and more.

In addition, Brytiago hoped to release a music video for each of the 16 tracks on the album. Due to the pandemic, however, only ten music videos have been released so far.

The latest release was for the track “Condena,” featuring one of the biggest urban-music stars, Farruko. The video, produced by Cromo X and Lanalizer, along with the others, can be found on his YouTube channel.

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Samantha Aguilar

Samantha Aguilar is a Broadcasting Journalism student at California State University, Fullerton. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she moved to Southern California to begin her career as a reporter and anchor in hard news. Her love for music has led to her interest in both entertainment and American and Latin American pop culture. Having worked with Al Día, CSUF's Spanish newscast, has encouraged her to pursue a career in Spanish. Her favorite pass time is catching the sunset at the beach and hiking trails.

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