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Rauw Alejandro Medleys ‘Museo’ + ‘Desesperado’ On Fallon: Look + Listen

During his appearance on The Tonight Show, Rauw Alejandro went to work performing a medley of his sensual, slow-burning ballad “Museo” and his Reggaeton banger, “Desesperados.”  

The multi-hyphenate Puerto Rican musician who dances and acts alongside his songwriting and performing skills opened his segment on the Fallon-hosted show seated at a piano, surrounded by statuesque dancers for “Museo,” (from his recently released EP, Trap Cake Vol. 2.) Rauw was then joined onstage by Reggaeton trailblazer Chencho Corleone for their “Desesperados” collaboration, (from the “Todo En Ti” hitmaker’s critically acclaimed 2021 album, Vice Versa.)

The Sony Music Latin-signed artist most recently appeared with Nile Rodgers on “Agua” for Daddy Yankee’s latest (and final) album, Legendaddy. And his Trap Cake Vol. 2, released in late February and led by single “Gracias Por Nada,” features appearances from artists including Shenseea, Future, Rvssian, and Ty Dolla $ign.

In a statement about his music, Rauw Alejandro said “I’m from another generation, but the people behind me, like Arcángel, Daddy Yankee — I think they struggled more than us to put the name of reggaeton on top…They opened the door for us and struggled with labels who rejected them.” “And where’s reggaeton right now? It’s on top of the world.”

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Author: Al Denté

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