Glasses, earrings, rings, sneakers. I love every little accessory.
I'm honored and thankful to be partnering with the prestigious CFDA as one of the men's wear ambassadors for fashion week. My interest in fashion is only matched by my love for music, and I'm blessed to be given an opportunity to learn about some of my favorite designers from a firsthand look at their latest collections.
If you really want to flex, you have to be real.
I'm gonna be real everywhere I go, but I'm with my people, I'm connected to my roots - I'm in my country! I don't need to live somewhere else.
Thanks to social media, we've also been able to show ourselves as we are. In the end, masks are useless. You have to be real.
I invite you to get out of the box, be yourself. If you have blue hair, pink, yellow; if you have a broken tooth; if you have other sexual preferences... be yourself. Fight for your happiness always.
I just work with people that I love and respect, that inspire me to be a better person, a better artist.
For 10 years, I was my own label, my own promoter, my own PR. We borrowed money to print our CDs.
I love Bad Bunny. He's changing the game. I think he's doing something very important with his success.
To tell you the truth, I used an Instagram filter called Ginza to share a snippet of the song - I simply left the name in the caption in case anyone wanted to use the same filter. But everyone started calling the song 'Ginza.'
I like track suits and sometimes to be suited up. I like to be like a chameleon.
When you maintain a closeness with your fans, they are more forgiving when you make mistakes.
I'd want to start being a creative director of a specific line, like Adidas, for example. If they called me up to collaborate on something, I would do it.
I respect the ones who make it and leave their home base, but I'm good in Colombia.
I'm from Colombia, and we've been through a lot of hard situations.
It's always been my dream to be among the big names of Colombia.
I moved to Oklahoma to learn English when I was 16 years old from Colombia for six months; then I moved to New York.
In 2017, it's discouraging that it seems like we're going backward. And that's not just because of Trump; that's because we, as humans, condone discrimination; it's a human issue. It's part of something bigger.
By erasing barriers of races, colors, continents, genres, or languages, we can achieve the whole world moving their head to the same beat.
When you see a movie, they always put the Latino on the bad side or in a tacky way. It's not like that. Latinos are shining like a diamond.