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Machete Music
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Parent company Universal Music Group
Founded 2004[1]
Distributing label Universal Music Group
Genre Reggaeton, Urban, R&B, latin pop, rock
Country of origin Puerto Rico
Official Website www.machetemusic.com

Machete Music is an urban music label owned by Universal Music Group. The record label had been largely associated with reggaeton music, but in recent years, it has been also been signing non-urban artists such as Malverde, Mala Rodriguez and Chino XL[2][3]. The label is part of Universal Music Latin Entertainment. Machete Music is one of the strongest label mainly about Reggaeton after WY Records which is owned by duo Wisin Y Yandel.

According to Toy Selectah (also known as Toy Hernández, A&R of the label from 2004 to 2007), its president Gustavo López "suggested the name Machete, in part because of Control [ Control Machete, Hernández's former band] and also because in Puerto Rico machete means cock".[1]

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Affiliated artists

Artist Years active Genre/Style
Adassa 2004—present Reggaeton
Akwid 2001—present Hip-Hop, Latin Rap
Angel y Khriz 2002—present Reggaeton
Arcángel 2004—present Reggaeton, R&B, Hip-Hop
Black Guayaba 2000—present Rock
Chino XL 1991—present Hip-Hop
Daddy Yankee 1992—present Reggaeton, Hip-Hop, Latin pop, Salsa
Don Omar 2000—present Reggaeton, Latin
DJ Nelson 1994—present Reggaeton, Latin, Hip-Hop
DJ Nesty 2004—present Reggaeton
Down AKA Kilo 2003—present Hip-Hop, Latin Rap
Eddy Lover 2006—present Reggae En Español, Plena, Reggaeton, Soca, Haitiano
El Roockie 1996—present Reggaeton, Reggae En Español, Plena, Salsa, R&B, Soca
Erre XI 2007—present Pop, Reggaeton, Hip-Hop, R&B
Franco "El Gorila" 2000—present Reggaeton, Hip-Hop
Ivy Queen 1994—present Reggaeton
La Factoría 2000—2008 Reggaeton, Plena, Reggae En Español, Soca
La Mala Rodríguez 1998—present Alternative Hip Hop, Latin, Flamenco
La Sista 2006—present Reggaeton
Mach & Daddy 2005-present Soca, Plena, Reggae En Español, Reggaeton, Haitiano
Magnate y Valentino 2002—present Reggaeton, R&B, Romantikeo
Makano 1999—present Latin pop, Plena, Soca, Haitiano, Reggaeton
Malverde 2004—present Hip-Hop, Latin, Alternative
MJ 2005—present Reggaeton, R&B, Pop
Miguelito 2006—present Reggaeton, Latin pop
Ñejo y Dalmata 2002—present Reggaeton, Latin, Hip-Hop
R.K.M & Ken-Y 2003—present Reggaeton, Romantikeo, Pop
Tony Dize 2000—present Reggaeton, Hip-Hop
Xtreme 2003—present Latin, Bachata, R&B, Pop
Wisin & Yandel 1998—present Reggaeton, Hip-Hop, R&B

Labels

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Sub-labels

Affiliated Labels

See also

References

  1. ^ a b Juan Data: Dr. Cumbiaton (Profile and interview of Toy Selectah) Remezcla, 31 May 2009 (Archived by WebCite at [1])
  2. ^ Malverde Interview: The Legend Continues
  3. ^ Chino XL Interview - "Return of the Poison Pen"

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