Tainy, the Puerto Rican, multi-award winning producer and artist along with his longtime partner, Yandel, have come together with the most popular fashion designer, Jeff Hamilton, in the creation of special edition jackets for their upcoming joint album “Dynasty,” which is highly anticipated. The joint album will be released on July 16. These icons will be spotted wearing their custom jackets in their recent music video released for “Deja Vu,” and in Puerto Rico, as they celebrated their block party last week at the Eco Sports Park to which they gave an exclusive performance which became part of a historic 13 city stadium premiere event.
Jeff Hamilton has become one of the most sought-after and creative names in the NBA as he has crafted the jackets of legends like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Lebron James. His leather jackets have also gone beyond the basketball court, as it has made its way to artists and inspirational people such as Madonna, Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali, Drake, The Weekend, the list goes on. Relevant to the NBA style of “Déjà Vu,” and the collaboration album, “Dynasty,” Jeff Hamilton lent his iconic originality to create one-of-a-kind jackets for the two icons wearing these infamous vibrant colors and oversized graphics.
“It has been a great honor to be able to work on jackets celebrating the ‘Dynasty’ of the spectacular careers of Tainy and Yandel. Legends in the Game!” said Jeff Hamilton.
These two icons, Tainy and Yandel started working together 16 years ago, as Yandel began his global success as he was part of the award-winning duo Wisin & Yandel & Tainy was only 16 when he had entered the music business by producing a song to which the duo featured. With multiple Latin GRAMMYs plus countless multi-platinum records under them, they have come together in the creation of something that reflects Yandel’s iconic voice with Tainy’s lyrics and astonishing production. Through “Dynasty,” the duo wishes to celebrate the growth and power of the global takeover of Latin music through the eyes and experiences of the iconic Reggaeton superstar and Billboard’s #1 Latin music producer for 86 weeks and more.