El amor' and other "old" reggaeton classics will be played on La Palma: Tito El Bambino will be at the ResisTIME 2024

Lovers of reggaeton classics are in luck: the iconic Tito 'El Bambino' will be at ResisTIME 2024 as one of the headliners of the event. From the unforgettable "Mi cama huele a ti" to "El amor", La Palma will be able to sing along with the artist on some of the most legendary tracks in urban music.

This Puerto Rican who has marked generations joins the rest of the stars who will be performing at this two-day musical event, which will be held at the site of the Bajada del Pino festivities in La Palma on the 3rd and 4th of August.

Tito 'El Bambino' has a career spanning decades and hits that resonate all over the world. He is one of the biggest names in reggaeton and part of the history of the genre with songs like "Barquito" or "A que no te atreves".

From his most emblematic hits to his latest releases, he has accumulated numerous awards and recognitions over the years that will make his performance a landmark on the island.

Tito El Bambino joins the other artists already announced in the previous months: the 'babe from Argentina' María Becerra, the legendary reggaetonero Yandel, the successful Dei V, the Venezuelan Micro TDH, the K-Narias, Paula Cendejas, DJ Conjurer and Renzzo.

Demphra, from La Factoría, will also be at ResisTIME 2024

But that's not all: the announcement of Tito 'El Bambino' is joined by Demphra, from the legendary duo La Factoría, who will also be part of the event's line-up. La Factoría is a musical duo from Panama that was a pioneer among female reggaeton groups with historic anthems... Who hasn't danced to "Perdóname" or "Todavía"? Now they are back with their World Tour, which will come to La Palma on the ResisTIME (3 and 4 August).

Their music is characterised by fusing tropical rhythms with reggae, dancehall and reggaeton influences, creating a style that has conquered audiences all over the world.

Throughout his career, he has released numerous tracks that have become anthems on dance floors. Songs such as "Perdóname", released in 2005, have been played more than 500 million times. Other tracks such as "Todavía" and "Moriré" are also reggaeton anthems around the world.

The duo has left an indelible mark on music and over the years they have continued to captivate new generations with their Latin talent and energy on stage.

ResisTIME 2024 will feature a line-up of up to 12 artists.

The artists join the amazing line-up of ResisTIME 2024, a festival that has established itself as one of the most outstanding events on La Palma and the Canary Islands, to add an extra dose of energy and excitement to the festival.

The new two-day format for the 2024 edition has already broken sales records and achieved unprecedented success, despite the fact that the full line-up has yet to be unveiled.

Source: ElTime.es