In its beginnings, the phenomenon of
reggaeton he brought with him great artists who excited all the young people with their catchy rhythms. Among all the musicians, some DJs, with their ‘endless’ mixes, made more than one dance. More than 10 years ago, songs of the urban genre such as “Kulipandeo”, “Guarachar” and “Contra el pared” became the inevitable hits of all parties.
Therefore, in this note, we tell you what happened to
DJ Warnercreator of these unforgettable hits that made everyone dance ‘perreo’.
Who is DJ Warner?
Enrique Gonzalez Garcia, known in the urban environment as DJ Warner, was born on October 27, 1986 in Cleveland, Ohio, United States. He began his musical career as a singer, however, he achieved fame when he became a disc jockey.
Music runs through his veins. At the age of 3, she moved with his entire family to Puerto Rico and it was there that he grew up and began as an artist, a talent inherited from his father, who was a percussionist.
DJ Warner is one of the most important exponents of the urban genre. Photo: Instagram
How did DJ Warner take off in music?
In 2007, DJ Warner began to work hand in hand with important exponents of reggaeton, such as Daddy Yankee, who nicknamed him
‘The One Who Has Control On The Net’. In addition, she was part of the radio program “On fire”, a show in which she collaborated with other DJs, such as Rafi Mercenario.
In 2008, it gained great international popularity: it was presented in our country, Curaçao, the Dominican Republic and the United States. Likewise, he has made songs with artists such as Plan B, Cosculluela and Farruko, among others.
It is worth mentioning that DJ Warner has been considered one of the best electronic music and reggaeton DJs in Puerto Rico, according to the “Buena Música” portal.
What happened to DJ Warner?
After the resounding success he achieved in 2008 and 2009, as mentioned above, DJ Warner returned to Peru as part of an important music festival, Urban Party, in 2015.
In addition, in 2020, he published a video clip on his YouTube channel entitled “Los DJs de Puerto Rico”, in which the community made up of several Puerto Rican DJs is shown.
Despite being an artist of the ‘old school’ as old reggaeton has been called, DJ Warner has also become familiar with the new exponents of the genre such as Bad Bunny, and has made mixes including their songs. On his Instagram account, he posted a video in which he makes a transition from the reggaeton of yesteryear to the current one.
These are the DJ Warner classics
– “Against the wall”
– “Turns on”
– “To bend knees”