All the way to the top of the charts - It’s a Latin Trap TakeoverSince early 2010, Latin trap has become more popular than ever, and artists like Bad Bunny, Fuego, and Anuell AA have risen to the top of the charts. It’s a long way from Latin Trap’s origin, fusing reggaeton and southern tap in the streets of Puerto Rico, to being responsible for over 85 million streams every month. Latin trap began to take its form as reggaeton artists decided to incorporate elements of R&B and American hip-hop into their music for a Latinx audience. By 2014, Latin trap music became an entirely new genre, as Puerto Rican artists like Alvaro Diaz and Myke Towers rose to popularity on social media. However, many artists contributed to the prominence of Latin Trap, with Bad Bunny being the most popular. His collaborations with American artists like Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, and Travis Scott expanded the Latin trap genre until it became mainstream.The indisputable popularity of Latin trap became apparent in 2018, when “Te Boté” by Nio Garcia, Casper Magico, Darell, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, and Bad Bunny became the first Latin trap song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. Later in 2018, Cardi B’s single “I Like It” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin became the first Latin Trap song to break into the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and maintain the number one spot for a record-breaking 51 weeks. Now, you can make the next chart-topping Latin trap song with Soundtrap’s groovy Latin trap beats.Enter the Soundtrap studio today and access the full Pesado Soundpack, complete with the instruments, loops, and samples you need to capture the dynamic energy of Latin trap music.