date This is his first solo album under his own name. tiny (Marcos Efrain Macis Fernandez in Registry Office), Puerto Rican artist who has worked with practically all the big names in new Latin-pop/reggaeton. To name a few: Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, Anuel AA, Karol G, Ozuna, Rave Alejandro, Bad Bunny and J Balvin (Taney among others as a producer). Oasis), basically it’s to reggaeton like Metro Boomin is to Southern-(T)rap.
This network of collaborations flows abundantly with a tracklist that is little more than a simple stream-catcher: the mastery in shaping successful soundscapes is present but there is no self-satisfaction, a certain innovative research evident indeed. borrows some explicitly farcical elements (chillwave, some electronically driven alt-R&B and synthpop) giving them a long list of heavyweight specialties: Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Rau Alejandro, Sech and Myke Towers From explicit collaborations to electronic contamination provided by Arca, Four Tet and. Skrillex, Tawny’s work is always functional, never intrusive and almost always in focus.
Someone, perhaps exaggerating, has called it reggaeton’s To Pimp a Butterfly.