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Today, promising urbano superstar Brytiago released his new single “Por El Alcohol” featuring Nio Garcia and Casper Mágico, which is included in his new EP Deluxe, available now. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.

Por El Alcohol” featuring Nio Garcia and Casper Mágico is the fifth song in the six-song EP, and it dives into all the feelings and emotions people go through when they can’t get over a breakup. This is a melodic reggaetón that showcases Brytiago’s singing voice, Nio’s incomparable style, and Casper’s unique raps, for a perfect fusion of these artists’ vibes.

“It’s that I see your photo and I get weak because of the alcohol // I want to have you in me bed alone in your underwear // I had been looking for you for so long // Every day thinking of you // And all of the sudden you’re gone again,” Brytiago sings in Spanish, making this a super catchy chorus that everyone will be singing in no time.

The music video, directed by Abez Media, tells the story of a couple that separated and are trying to figure out what happens next for them. Meanwhile, we see shots of Brytiago, Nio, and Casper singing along to this melodious tune, decked out in their best fits.

Por El Alcohol” comes after “Vivo de Bichote,” a collaboration with Omy de Oro that’s also part of Brytiago’s brand new EP, Deluxe. The full tracklist for Deluxe is as follows:

1- Vivo de Bichote - Brytiago, Omy de Oro

2- Malvada - Brytiago, Juhn, Javiielo

3- Glopeta y Dios - Brytiago, Ovi, Natanael Cano

4- Pantysito - Brytiago, Darell, Kevvo, Guaynaa

5- Por El Alcohol - Brytiago, Nio Garcia, Casper Mágico

6- Desnudarte - Brytiago ft. Jay Wheeler

Vivo de Bichote” shows Brytiago’s growth and evolution as an urbano artist, going beyond his traditional reggaetón and proving he can be as skilled in Latin trap. To guide his way through this uncharted territory for him, Brytiago turned to Omy de Oro, a celebrated songwriter, recording artist and internet talent from Puerto Rico, known as one of Latin trap’s rising stars of the moment. The music video has garnered over two million views on YouTube.

Malvada” is a super sexy, slow tempo reggaetón with provocative and sensual lyrics that highlight the magic, mystery and sensuality of women. “Malvada” was written by Brytiago, Juhn, and Javiielo, and was produced by Nekzum and OMB. This was the second single to be released from this EP, and the music video, directed by Javier Letour, has garnered over five million views on YouTube.

Glopeta y Dios” is a corrido tumbado mixed with latin trap fusion that embodies the typical corrido tumbado theme in a way we haven’t heard before. This is a new, much more mature sound and lyrics for Brytiago, who lets himself be influenced by the pioneers of the genre Natanael Cano and Ovi, resulting in a stunning collaboration that will go down in music history books.

Pantysito” is a collaboration like no other of four elite artists of the new generation of Latin urban music bringing their unique sounds and styles to a raw reggaetón perfect to dance as tightly as possible.

Desnudarte” fuses sensual pop melodies with classic reggaeton beats and emotion-heavy lyrics that make it an instant heartbreak hit. In the track, Brytiago along with Jay Wheeler blame themselves for losing their love interests while wanting to forget it all happened, but unfortunately, they can’t think of anything other than a night with her. This was the first single to come out of the EP, and it garnered over 70 million views on YouTube.


Brytiago is a Puerto Rican musician, rapper, and producer. He began autonomously releasing music at 21, positioning himself in the independent circuit of Puerto Rico with songs like “Mátame.” At 23 he landed a record deal, which led him to become a household name in the Caribbean with singles like “Punto G” with Darell, “Bebé Remix” with Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam, “Netflixx” with Bad Bunny, and the star-studded “Bipolar” with Ozuna and Chris Jeday. In the last year, he’s found massive success with tracks such as “Dispo” featuring Jhay Cortez (28 million YouTube views), “Borracho” with Wisin (31 million views), “Te Fallé (Remix)” with Dalex and Lenny Tavárez (53 million views), “TIK TOK” (20 million views), and “Desnudarte” together with Jay Wheeler (68 million views) just to name a few. Brytiago has been named “Artist On The Rise” by Billboard, and has graced several Apple Music, Spotify, and TIDAL Latinx playlists.

In September 2019, Brytiago made his New York Fashion Week debut and took over Andy Hilfiger’s Artistix by Greg Polisseni show. Prior to the catwalk, the reggaetón artist had collaborated with Puma for their global Motorsport campaign, as well as Foot Action for their Hispanic Heritage Month initiative. Currently, he serves as an ambassador for global retailer boohooMAN.

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