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Karol G Drops New Project "KG0516" Ft. Ludacris, Nicki Minaj & More


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Karol G's been an unstoppable force in the past few years. The Latin Grammy Award winner's 2019 album OCEAN helped her breakthrough into a wider market, and since then, her music has dominated across the globe to Latin and non-Latin audiences. On Friday, she released her latest body of work, KG0516. Boasting 16 songs in total, Karol G offers the world into her evolution as an artist, especially alongside a slew of new collaborators. Nicki Minaj, of course, appears on the tracklist for the award-winning single, "Tusa." Ludacris also slides through with a verse on "BEAUTIFUL BOY" which also features Emilee. Other features on the project include Anuel AA, J Balvin, Ozuna, Brray, Juanka, Mariah Angeliq, and more.

Check out Karol G's new project below and sound off in the comments with your thoughts. 


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