The Rising Spanish Rapper and Singer Taking the Music Industry by Storm
Pedro Luis Domínguez Quevedo, known by his stage name Quevedo, is a Spanish rapper and singer who has quickly made a name for himself in the music industry. Born on December 7, 2001, in Madrid, Quevedo spent his early childhood in Brazil before returning to Spain at the age of five and settling in Las Palmas, the Canary Islands. His musical journey began when he discovered freestyle rap, and he soon began writing and producing his own music.
Breakthrough Success with “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52”
In 2020, Quevedo launched his music career with the help of music producer Linton, and he quickly gained attention with his unique style and sound. However, it was his collaboration with Argentine producer Bizarrap on the “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” in July 2022 that brought him to the forefront of the music industry. The single became an instant hit and was viewed more than 10 million times within the first twenty-four hours of its release. It also made history by becoming the first song by either an Argentine or a Spanish artist to reach the number-one spot on Spotify’s Global Top 200 chart.
Multiple Chart-Topping Hits
Since then, Quevedo has continued to make waves in the music industry, with multiple chart-topping hits to his name. In just two years, he has achieved four number-one songs in Spain, including “Cayó la Noche,” “Apa,” and “Playa del Inglés,” and led six other singles to the top 10. His single “Ahora y Siempre” reached the 19th spot on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 chart and the second spot on Spain Viral 50 chart in 2021.
Collaborations with Other Artists
Quevedo has also collaborated with several other artists, including Canarian artists Cruz Cafuné and Bejo on the remix version of “Cayó la Noche,” and Rei on “Fernet.” He also worked with Duki and De La Ghetto on “Si Quieren Frontear” and collaborated with Ed Sheeran on “2step.” These collaborations have allowed Quevedo to showcase his versatility and talent as a musician and have helped him gain even more popularity among music fans.
Quevedo’s rise to fame is a testament to his hard work, talent, and dedication to his craft. With his unique style and sound, he has captured the attention of music fans around the world and is quickly becoming one of the most influential Spanish artists of his generation. With his chart-topping hits and successful collaborations, Quevedo is sure to continue making waves in the music industry for years to come.