Latin urban music’s new star Arez Flow officially debuts video for new single “Piña y Melón”, a song set to become a success by the end of year.
Arez Flow is currently one of the most promising artists within his genre. Originally from New York and of Puerto Rican descent, Arez writes and produces his own songs. In addition to the new hit “Piña y Melón” he also recorded and pushed out hits such as: “Party Dancehall”, “Never Lean”, “Whine on me”, “You Remember me” and “Freskeria”, among others.
A self-taught musician who at the very young age of 10, began composing songs at home on his piano. He later began creating beats and melodies on his computer combining them with playful lyrics making him a representative of Latin urban music in both English and Spanish.
Born and raised in New York, Arez Flow was very much influenced by its musical and cultural scenes. He combined popular rhythms from Puerto Rico and used stars like Daddy Yankee, Hector & Tito, Baby Rasta, Yomo, Wisin & Yandel and other artists in the genre as musical references. Anthony Angel Suarez, his real name, also studied at the Institute Sac Music School.
These days, Arez Flow continues working on tracks that will be part of his first studio album set to be released under the label 6 Feet Under Record Inc. He also spends time in the studio collaborating with new talent as an engineer and producer, which are his other passions.