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Gio Bravo Tonight. Gio Bravo, best known as the first trans artist to break barriers within regional Mexican music, announced his transition to the urban genre with the release of four new reggaeton songs. Just in time for the summer season, Gio Bravo announced his new transition, but this time in the world of music, exclusively for now world the singer reveals more details of his music.
After having launched his musical career in 2017 with the regional Mexican music album “El Comienzo”, a very personal Sierreño band album for the artist, now Gio is about to conquer another musical genre with his own songs under the production of the Venezuelan producer. Rayyen.
Gio Bravo Esta Noche: How did you decide to make this change?
“The regional Mexican genre is definitely my heart, it’s my favorite, it’s like a very essential part of me, but I’ve always really liked urban music and all that style of music. During the pandemic, I think that since we were all locked up, I started with the idea of doing a reggaeton-style song “
With new energy, a new image and a new sound, Gio Bravo is ready to continue breaking barriers: “That’s where the first song I did came from, called “Soy yo” and I think people liked it a lot. I had a lot of fun doing the song, I think it turned out great, and I felt more comfortable there and people liked it a lot”.