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After the release of their newest album, Elevation the Black Eyed Peas along with J. Rey Soul also debut their newest music video for the track, "DOUBLE D'Z."

The track is included on the latest album that features multile guest artists like Latin acts, Shakira, anitta, Daddy Yankee, and Anuelo AA. The pop-dance track is sure to get you up on your feet. In the music video, the group takes cheerleading to another level with their bright outfits and vogue formations.

See how the group is taking their music to new heights in this album.

Cover Photo Credit: J. Rey Soul Instagram

BEP has been together for 25 years and are still going strong. The group along with J. Rey Soul closed out the Good Morning America Concert Series Stage this last week with bangers. The summer concert series hosts artists throughout the season in the heart of Central Park.

They performed 5 songs ranging from their new tracks to their hit songs like "I Got a Feeling" and "Let's Get It Started." They also talked with Michael Strahan on the key to their success by staying students of the craft and the game. They also have a have an upcoming remix album coming soon where they're collaborating with Shakira and Farruko. Check out all their performances below!

Cover Photo Credit: Good Morning America Instagram

From spooky to cute to creative, Halloween lets us dress up to be whoever we want. Lets check out some of the coolest costumes from your favorite artists. Which one is your favorite? Did you dress up, let us know!

Saweetie channels her inner Catwoman with Halle Berry.

Liane V and Don Benjamin as the Mystery Machine Gang complete with a decked out Mystery Machine Jeep!

Patrick Starrr blesses us with multiple costume ideas but we have to say that going all out as Rita Repulsa from the OG Power Rangers gave us major flash backs.

Inigo Pascual felt the need for speed in this Top Gun inspired outfit.

Ranz Kyle kept it spooky with the clown fit! IT be (penny)wise to not follow the red balloon.

Bretman Rock and his niece Cleo group up for a killer costume as Nezuko and Inosuke. This is too cute!

AJ Rafael and Alyssa Navarro nail it with a Wedding Singer inspired couples costume!

Cole Micek and his girlfriend Maya probably take the cake on this as Brandy's Cinderella and Paolo Montalban's Prince Charming from the 1997 film.

J Rey Soul is saving the day as Batwoman!

Olivia Rodrigo as Elvira from Scarface is one we didn't predict.

Darren Criss as THE VISION is definitely a sight to see.

And to round it out, honestly we are all with Bella Poarch on her ghostly costume.

Cover Photo Credit: Bretman Rock Facebook

Get down with Black Eyed Peas and J Rey Soul for the Where Is the Love livestream on October 2nd. They'll be taking the stage at one of the coolest places in the world, the Pyramids in Giza, Egypt. The view and scenery will be incredible. The event is in collaboration with LIVEnow, a platform destination for your favorite live experiences bringing sports, concerts, workouts, and much more to screens around the world.

You don't want to miss out so grab your passes now! With 3 tiers of passes everyone can tune in. You can get a standard, VIP Backstage Pass, or VVIP Limited Edition Pass with each providing a unique experience.

According to LIVEnow, the night will be a celebration of music, love, and unity. Pass holders will experience the love together with other fans across the world. Everyone can get involved by posting a photo and holding a special message like a quote, message for a special someone, or anything positive.

We're not the only ones excited, but the crew got to sightsee a little before gearing up for the show. They may be used to performing all over the world at great venues, but this is a special one for them.

J Rey Soul showed us some of the places she visited like landmarks, ruins, and hieroglyphics. She is stoked to be experiencing history and walking through time. Not gonna lie, we are having a little FOMO. We'll just have to tune in on October 2nd to pretend we're with them.

Cover Photo Credit: Black Eyed Peas Facebook

J Rey Soul came in hot onto the music scene with her first single with the Black Eyed Peas and Ozuna, "Mamacita" which has amassed over 285M views on YouTube alone. The Black Eyed Peas (co-founded by Apl.de.ap) were nominated for an astounding 8 awards alongside J Balvin, with Maluma and Bad Bunny topping the awards with 11 nominations. The iconic group nabbed 3 of those awards including Crossover Artist of the Year, Sales Song of the Year, and Latin Pop Song of the Year alongside J Rey Soul and Ozuna.

Apl.de.ap discovered a young 16-year old J Rey Soul (Jessica Reynoso) on The Voice Philippines in 2013. J Rey Soul has been touring globally with the Peas and has performed across the world after meeting APL on The Voice Philippines at the start of her career. She talked about some of her favorite moments on a MYX interview with DannieBoi last year in quarantine:

Check out the full list of winners below.

BILLBOARD 2021 LATIN MUSIC AWARDS WINNERS

Artista del Año / Artist of the Year:

 Artista del Año, Debut / Artist of the Year, New:

 Artista Crossover del Año / Crossover Artist of the Year:

SONG CATEGORIES 

“Hot Latin Song” Canción del Año / Hot Latin Song of the Year:

   “Hot Latin Song”, Colaboración Vocal del Año / Hot Latin Song of the Year, Vocal Event:

 “Hot Latin Songs” Artista del Año, Masculino / Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Male:

“Hot Latin Songs” Artista del Año, Femenina / Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female:

 “Hot Latin Songs” Artista del Año, Dúo o Grupo / Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Duo or Group:

 “Hot Latin Songs” Sello Discográfico del Año / Hot Latin Songs Label of the Year:

“Hot Latin Songs” Casa Disquera del Año / Hot Latin Songs Imprint of the Year:

 Canción del Año, Airplay /Airplay Song of the Year:

 Sello Discográfico del Año, Airplay / Airplay Label of the Year:

 Casa Disquera del Año, Airplay / Airplay Imprint of the Year:

 Canción del Año, Ventas / Sales Song of the Year:

 Canción del Año, Streaming / Streaming Song of the Year:

ALBUM CATEGORIES 

“Top Latin Album” del Año /Top Latin Album of the Year:

 “Top Latin Albums” Artista del Año, Masculino / Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Male:

 “Top Latin Albums” Artista del Año, Femenina / Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female:

 “Top Latin Albums” Artista del Año Dúo o Grupo / Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Duo or Group:

 “Top Latin Albums” Sello Discográfico del Año / Top Latin Albums Label of the Year:

 "Top Latin Albums" Imprint del Año / Top Latin Albums Imprint of the Year:


LATIN POP CATEGORIES
 

Artista “Latin Pop” del Año, Solista / Latin Pop Artist of the Year, Solo:

Artista “Latin Pop” del Año, Dúo o Grupo /  Latin Pop Artist of the Year, Duo or Group:

 Canción “Latin Pop” del Año / Latin Pop Song of the Year:

 “Latin Pop Airplay” Sello Discográfico del Año / Latin Pop Airplay Label of the Year:

 “Latin Pop Airplay” Casa Disquera del Año / Latin Pop Airplay Imprint of the Year:

       Álbum “Latin Pop” del Año / Latin Pop Album of the Year

 “Latin Pop Albums” Sello Discográfico del Año /Latin Pop Albums Label of the Year:

 “Latin Pop Albums” Casa Disquera del Año / Latin Pop Albums Imprint of the Year:

TROPICAL CATEGORIES 

Artista Tropical del Año, Solista / Tropical Artist of the Year, Solo:

 Artista Tropical del Año, Dúo o Grupo / Tropical Artist of the Year, Duo or Group:

        Canción Tropical del Año / Tropical Song of the Year:

 “Tropical Airplay” Sello Discográfico del Año /Tropical Airplay Label of the Year:

 “Tropical Airplay” Casa Disquera del Año / Tropical Airplay Imprint of the Year:

Álbum Tropical del Año / Tropical Albums of the Year:

“Tropical Albums” Sello Discográfico del Año / Tropical Albums Label of the Year:

 “Tropical Albums” Casa Disquera del Año / Tropical Albums Imprint of the Year:

REGIONAL MEXICAN CATEGORIES 

Artista Regional Mexicano del Año, Solista /Regional Mexican Artist of the Year, Solo:

 Artista Regional Mexicano del Año, Dúo o Grupo / Regional Mexican Artist of the Year, Duo or Group:

 Canción Regional Mexicana del Año / Regional Mexican Song of the Year:

“Regional Mexican Airplay” Sello Discográfico del Año / Regional Mexican Airplay Label of the Year:

 “Regional Mexican Airplay” Casa Disquera del Año / Regional Mexican Airplay Imprint of the Year:

 Álbum Regional Mexicano del Año / Regional Mexican Albums of the Year:

“Regional Mexican Albums” Sello Discográfico del Año /Regional Mexican Albums Label of the Year:

 “Regional Mexican Albums” Casa Disquera del Año / Regional Mexican Albums Imprint of the Year:

LATIN RHYTHM CATEGORIES  

Artista “Latin Rhythm” del Año, solista / Latin Rhythm Artist of the Year, Solo:

 Artista “Latin Rhythm” del Año, Dúo o Grupo / Latin Rhythm Artist of the Year, Duo or Group:

 Canción “Latin Rhythm” del Año Latin / Rhythm Song of the Year:

“Latin Rhythm Airplay” Sello Discográfico del Año /Latin Rhythm Airplay Label of the Year:

“Latin Rhythm Airplay” Casa Disquera del Año /Latin Rhythm Airplay Imprint of the Year:

 Álbum “Latin Rhythm” del Año / Latin Rhythm Album of the Year:

“Latin Rhythm Albums” Sello Discográfico del Año /Latin Rhythm Albums Label of the Year:

 “Latin Rhythm Albums” Casa Disquera del Año /Latin Rhythm Albums Imprint of the Year:

WRITERS/PRODUCERS/PUBLISHERS CATEGORIES 

Compositor del Año / Songwriter of the Year:

 Editora del Año / Publisher of the Year:

    Corporación Editora del Año / Publishing Corporation of the Year:

 Productor del Año / Producer of the Year:

ABOUT JREYSOUL:

Born in San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines, currently living in LA, our national anthem singer is currently at the top of the Billboard charts with her single “Mamacita” with the Black Eyed Peas & Ozuna, it has over 157M plays on YouTube alone, please welcome J Rey Soul.  

Cover photo courtesy of Black Eyed Peas Instagram

If you're looking for your GRWM song for this weekend, look no further and hit play on J. Rey Soul, will.i.am, and Nile Rodger's track, "Pull Up." Even if you don't have plans, turn up the volume, and just start dancing.

The "Mamacita" singer steps out and flaunts her style and vocals in the music video while will.i.am keeps it suave in his 70s inspired fits that have us searching for our most sparkly shoes. The video leaves us wanting an invite to their next road trip. *Queue "Get in, we're going shopping."

The track is a nod to the disco and 70s funk era with a hint of BEP influence and electronic music. To say it brings throwback vibes is an understatement. The start of the music video pays tribute to the legends in music:
"This is a hybrid...
A juxtaposition of inspiration...

Zapp x Earth Wind & Fire x Donna Summers, Daft Punk & The Almighty Nile Rodgers

You saved us all with vibes!"

Want to hear more of J. Rey Soul? Check out some of her recent performances like singing her rendition of the Philippine National Anthem, Lupang Hinirang at the Pacquiao and Ugás Fight.

J. Rey Soul also performed "Bebot" and "Where Is the Love" with BEP for MTV's See Us Unite for Change which is a cultural campaign designed to accelerate impact and expand support for the AAPI community through solidarity and education. Their aim is to amplify voices and unite to change people’s perception about what it means to be an American.

ABOUT J. REY SOUL:

Born Jessica Reynoso in San Pedro, Laguna, Philippines, currently living in LA,  made it to the top of the Billboard charts with her single “Mamacita” with the Black Eyed Peas & Ozuna that has over 157M plays on YouTube. She burst into the music scene when apl.de.ap discovered a young 16 year old J Rey Soul (Jessica Reynoso) on The Voice Philippines in 2013. Since then J Rey Soul has been touring globally with the Peas and have performed across the world after The Voice Philippines. See her talk about her journey and working with BEP on MYXclusive!

Cover Photo Credit: J. Rey Soul Facebook

This past weekend during the Pacquiao and Ugás fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, J Rey Soul brought down the house with a beautiful and classic rendition of the Philippine National Anthem. She mentioned in an Instagram post that this moment was a dream her Father always had for her, and this past weekend she finally fulfilled it.

Her voice was not the only thing that stunned the crowd; her beautifully crafted dress did as well. But who was behind it all?

Fashion Designer Francis Libiran masterfully crafted J Rey Soul's dress. The dress was a modern multi-layered Philippine Terno. The piece was accentuated with intricate embroidery, pleated tulle, and Swarovski crystals. Francis also placed his signature art deco patterns for the sleeves and bodice.

J Rey Soul and Manny Pacquiao first met in 2019 at the LA Clippers Filipino Heritage Night when she performed alongside the Black Eyed Peas, Liane V., Jules Aurora, Jasmine V., and DJ Icy Ice.

Cover Photo Courtesy of: J Rey Soul Instagram

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