Jasiel Faraon & KJ "Nesta" Marley Team Up On "Me Gustas Tu"
With all the island-based hits that have recently topped the charts, it's a relief to hear a song that properly fuses hip-hop with a wide range of elements from the Caribbean. Rising rapper Jasiel Faraón, who hails from the Dominican Republic, got together with KJ Nesta Marley to cook up a perfect blend of rap, reggae, and Latin music for the song, "Me Gustas Tu."
Faraón flows effortlessly in Spanish while Marley comes through with his English bars in the song inspired by Manu Chao's classic off his Próxima Estación: Esperanza album. Venezuelan producer Johnny Flecha provides the Caribbean vibes with his dope instrumental while singer Karina Ca$h adds additional vocals.
"Me Gustas Tu" serves as Jasiel's latest release after dropping a series of street bangers influenced by the Latin trap wave and the golden era of hip-hop like "Ganguero" "Revolucion De Ayer". The joint effort is also the latest release for the son of Ky-Mani Marley, who recently dropped his buzzing single "Thousand Miles."
Push play on Jasiel Faraón and KJ Nesta Marley's new song "Me Gustas Tu" below.