Four Dominicans, three men and one woman, arrived in the Netherlands as teenagers in search of worldwide success. Ghetto Flow is Urban/Latin and dancehall. Spirited and melodious. In their own style: Ghetto Flow-style. See, enjoy, listen and join the dance!
Ghetto Flow has quickly made a name for themselves in Europe as one of the best Urban/Latin acts on the continent. All four of them were born in the Dominican Republic, and have been living in the Netherlands since 2000. They were making Urban and Latin music long before these Caribbean styles became popular in Europe. A good many latin music lovers in the U.S. and Latin America are already fans of the group.
Rapper MB (rapper and producer of Ghetto Flow) was already devoted to making music in his native country, performing frequently with his band Los Terricolas in 1998. In 2000, MB decided to move to the Netherlands in order to further his music career. There he met J.Soprano, and together they started the group Light Clan. While shooting a game of pool in a Rotterdam café, they met La Baby, the lone lady in the quartet. La Baby, who got her name because of her baby face, had been a true fan of reggaetón since she was a child. Upon meeting the men of Light Clan, their shared passion for music was quickly recognized.
Conejo, the youngest of the group, had been writing and rapping since he was eleven years old, in three different languages. He was a member of the group La Ciencia on the island of Sint Maarten, but he left them behind for a future in the Netherlands. He’d heard from his brother that Light Clan was looking for a fourth member, and after meeting MB, J.Soprano and La Baby, Conejo joined the group. Ghetto Flow was born!
Mixing various musical styles such as dancehall, hip-hop, salsa and merengue with bachata, Ghetto Flow creates a unique sound that sets them apart from other Urban/Latin artists. Consequently, the group welcomed the collaboration of various artists for the recording of their debut album “Los Reales