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Young Miko Reunites With Feid, Drops Queer Banger with Villano Antillano on Debut Album

Young Miko’s debut album is finally here! Today (April 5), the rising Puerto Rican star dropped att., including a queer banger featuring Villano Antillano. She also reunited with Colombian superstar Feid for another collaboration.

Young Miko broke through in 2022 with her first EP, Trap Kitty. Throughout that trap-heavy release, she also made it known that she is proudly lesbian by rapping about her affection for other women. Miko has since become the go-to artist to collaborate within el movimiento. Last year alone, she worked with Feid on “Classy 101,” Bad Bunny on “Fina,” and Karol G on “Dispo.” Now, she is delivering on the past few years of hype with debut her album att.

Young Miko and Puerto Rican trans rapper Villano Antillano first worked together in 2021 for “Vendetta.” They reunite for the fierce dance anthem “Madre,” which would fit perfectly in the queer ballroom scene. Their collaboration samples the house music classic “Pump Up the Jam” by Technotronic. Villana also references Scissor Sisters’ “Let’s Have a Kiki” in her fiery guest verse. Two of the biggest queer artists in el movimiento celebrate the LGBTQ+ community with this colorful collaboration.

Young Miko scored one of the biggest hits of 2023 when she teamed up with Feid for “Classy 101.” They have come together again for another perreo-ready banger. In the alluring “Offline,” Young Miko and Feid sing about still having feelings for an ex who has already moved on. This time around, she leans more into the sad reggaeton that first put Feid on the map. This second collaboration proves they share a special chemistry for making hits together.

Other artists who feature on the album include Dei V on “Ay Mami” and Jowell y Randy on “ID.” Venezuelan-American singer Elena Rose joins Young Miko for the song “No Quiero Pelear.” Young Miko also released a vibrant music video for her new single “Princess Peach.” 

Listen to “Madre” below.