After some digging, I learned the song was by a brand-new artist called Guaynaa. The biggest surprise came when I saw the music video. But no, that was him. Just your regular guy. No tattoos, no piercings, no grills, no diamond chains. Just a plain white t-shirt, shorts, a bandana, and what looked like convenience store sunglasses. And to this day he's all about keeping it real in an industry where it seems like the flashier you are, the more attention you gain. So, they began calling him "el Guaynabito" or Guaynaa as a way to make fun of him because he looked like he lived in Guaynabo. His background is not as fancy. My mom arrived in Puerto Rico with my Cuban grandfather, who was a political prisoner, when she was six years old.
Who Is Guaynaa?
But before he became Guaynaa, Santiago had a few other ideas about what he wanted to be. There was his stint as a baseball player when he was a high school student; then, he moved to Boston, in a serious bid to make it as a professional jockey. Later, he got a job at a chemical plant in Puerto Rico and started working toward a chemical engineering degree. While his family introduced him to a wide range of styles, Santiago found out in middle school that he had a knack for freestyling. Although his rapping has always come with a comedic side, Santiago struck a more serious balance in after seeing the devastation that Hurricane Maria left on his island. The song had local appeal -- the video currently boasts more than 1 million views -- and the reaction encouraged Santiago to churn out more music. Fans in Puerto Rico quickly confirmed that they thought so, too. He wants to make an album that explores styles from across the world, from pop to flamenco.
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