Warner Music Latina has signed an exclusive licensing and distribution deal with Colombian Artist On The Rise, Blessd.
“BLESSD, is undoubtedly Colombia’s next musical urban star” said Gabriela Martinez managing director at Warner Music Latina in a statement, ” We are very excited to be part of this project and take it to the next level.”
The signing announcement come days after Blessd announced his first-ever international fall tour, which kicks off Nov. 4 in Europe.
Blessd career kicked-off during the global pandemic with his viral hits “Hace tiempo” y “Impossible”. But it was his collaboration with international Colombian superstar, Maluma en “Imposible Remix” that really took his career to new heights.
The single “Imposible Remix” originally became a viral hit on social media and in local radio stations and clubs. The chart-topping reggaetón remix sparked a friendship between Blessd and Maluma which resulted in a second collaboration with Maluma, the duo Kapla & Miky and Philip Ariaz titled “La Nueva en La Mapa”.
Since then, Blessd has collaborated with BEP, Ovy On the Drums and soon Blessd will be releasing a new single with Puertorican urban artists JQuiles and Lenny Tavarez titled “Medallo”.
Blessd natural ability to go from freestyle to chanteo, to signing is what has set him apart and categorized him como uno de los artistas más importante de la nueva escuela de Colombia.
Para Blessd (real name Stivon Mesa Londoño) esto es un sueño que alguna vez seemed ‘imposible’.
“ Todos mis logros están en las manos de Dios y en oración siempre le pido que mis canciones sean escuchadas en todos los rincones del mundo y que mi equipo siempre esté bendecido. Desde hoy tengo la camisa de Warner, JM y Cigol puesta, porque trabajando de la mano del señor todo es posible.” – BLESSD
Blessd credits reggaetón veteran Arcangel y el rapero Venezolano Akapellah as his biggest source of inspiration.
Su mas reciente sencillo Dos Problemas Remix actualmente is on the Top 200 list de Spotify in more than 11 países.
Blessd’s upcoming studio album, Hecho en Medellín, is scheduled to launch on Oct. 27 under Warner Music Latina and features collaborations with Arcangel, Justin Quiles, Myke Towers, y más.