Ghetto Kids
Ghetto Kids

Ghetto Kids

MEXLatin, Reggaeton
1,364,090 monthly listeners
  • 107K followers
  • 461K subscribers
  • 112.9K followers
  • 159.3K followers
  • 6.5K followers

Ghetto Kids's Top Spotify Songs

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Tra Tra Tra Remix - Remix
430.4K streams
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Toketeo
197.3K streams
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EN EL GHETTO #3 (Par de cosas)
101.9K streams
4
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Tra Tra Tra
43.2K streams
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EN EL GHETTO #5 (La Discoteca)
36.7K streams
430.4K
Streams last week
197.3K
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101.9K
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43.2K
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Cris MJ, Mendoza, Ghetto Kids

Ghetto Kids's YouTube Videos

191.6M
Views

Tra Tra Tra Remix - Ghetto Kids & Guaynaa Ft. Mad Fuentes

Ghetto Kids

Tra Tra Tra Remix - Ghetto Kids & Guaynaa Ft. Mad Fuentes
Youtube
191.6M views
Jun 19, 2019
31.5M
Views

Ghetto Kids, Kenia OS, Malo - Toketeo (Video Oficial)

Ghetto Kids

Ghetto Kids, Kenia OS, Malo - Toketeo (Video Oficial)
Youtube
31.5M views
Jul 22, 2021
4.4M
Views

Ghetto Kids, RD Maravilla - CULO / Coreografía Yur Aular

Ghetto Kids

Ghetto Kids, RD Maravilla - CULO / Coreografía Yur Aular
Youtube
4.4M views
Apr 27, 2020

Ghetto Kids's Top Spotify Playlists in the past 3 Months

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MIRREY
by Spotify
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El Ritmo
by Spotify
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Remixes Urbanos
by Spotify
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REGGAETON VIEJITO
by Spotify
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Next Level
by Spotify
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Events18 Events

Nov
25-26
Coca-Cola Flow Fest CDMX
Mexico
MEX
, IztacalcoN/A N/A
Past
Apr
29-29
Festival Vaivén
Mexico
MEX
, JojutlaN/A N/A
Past
Dec
09-11
Trópico
Mexico
MEX
, Acapulco de JuárezN/A N/A
Past
Mar
18-20
Lollapalooza Argentina
Argentina
ARG
, Buenos Aires CityN/A N/A
Past
Feb
25-27
Electric Daisy Carnival - Mexico
Mexico
MEX
, IztacalcoN/A N/A
Past

Ghetto Kids's Past Events18 Events

  • Coca-Cola Flow Fest CDMX festival

    Feid, Maluma, Ozuna, Young Miko, Manuel Turizo, Emilia, Cris MJ, Wisin & Yandel, Quevedo, Duki, Dani Flow, Gabito Ballesteros, Ryan Castro, Piso 21, Cosculluela, Danny Ocean, Gera MX, Zion & Lennox, YOVNGCHIMI, El Malilla, Bellakath, Lola Indigo, Tito el Bambino, Tego Calderon, Omar Montes, JC Reyes, Nanpa Basico, Yng Lvcas, Rochy RD, Ivy Queen, Miky Woodz, Farina, Alexis y Fido, Callejero Fino, LATIN MAFIA, La Joaqui, El Bogueto, Ovi, YOUNG CISTER, Michelle Maciel, Big Soto, Omar Courtz, Maikel Delacalle, Darkiel, MALDY, Marcianeke, DREFQUILA, Eme Malafe, Sandro Malandro, Ghetto Kids, Taichu, Jesse Baez, EMJAY, legallyrxx, paopao, Pablito Mix, Paula Cendejas, Michael G, AQUIHAYAQUIHAY, RMAND, Dynell, LA GOONY CHONGA, Vgomez, Barovier, MAR
    MEX, Iztacalco
    Mega
  • Festival Vaivén festival

    Tove Lo, Rüfüs DU SOL, Ben Böhmer, Giolì & Assia, Polo & Pan, Channel Tres, Kaia Lana, Flight Facilities, Poolside, Ghetto Kids, Shermanology, Porter, Jesse Baez, Technicolor Fabrics, Colyn, Kerala Dust, St. Lucia, YoSoyMatt, Bedouin, Nick Warren, Nicole Horts, PAUZA, Miranda Santizo, QRTR, Plano, AVEPARADISO, BroloRiZo
    MEX, Jojutla
    Huge
  • Trópico festival

    Röyksopp, Robot95, La Femme, Ghetto Kids, The Whitest Boy Alive, Myd, Lewis Ofman, Weval, Vegyn, TSHA, YoSoyMatt, Girl Ultra, Os Mutantes, Nick Hakim, Chloé Caillet, Vanessa Zamora, Eva de Marcé, Son Rompe Pera, Voilaaa, Bora Uzer, Sonido Gallo Negro, Felipe Gordon, Meridian Brothers, Tornado Wallace, Cachirula, Jenia Tarsol, Florentino, Los Eclipses, Tonga Conga, Julian Lamadrid, Petite Amie, Glass Cristina, DJ Allie Teilz, Moar, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Rush Davis, Miss Mara, Cami Laye Okun, Sinopoli, DJ Harvey, Alejandro Veneno, Isaac Ferry, Miguel Alanis, America Fendi, Pirate Stereo, Nash
    MEX, Acapulco de Juárez
    Medium
  • Lollapalooza Argentina festival

    Miley Cyrus, Doja Cat, Alan Walker, Bizarrap, Natanael cano, Nicki Nicole, Jack Harlow, A$AP Rocky, Emilia, Alok, Martin Garrix, Jhayco, Tiago PZK, Foo Fighters, Duki, Justin Quiles, Luck Ra, Kehlani, Khea, Machine Gun Kelly, Alessia Cara, The Strokes, Pabllo Vittar, Alesso, MARINA, LP, WOS, C. Tangana, Phoebe Bridgers, L-Gante, DJ TAO, Ashnikko, La Joaqui, Deorro, A Day To Remember, 070 Shake, Babasónicos, Chris Lake, DJ ALAN GOMEZ, jxdn, Kaytranada, IDLES, Marc Seguí, Tai Verdes, Seven Kayne, Kaleb Di Masi, Dillom, Dani Ribba, The Wombats, Remi Wolf, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Channel Tres, Bruses, Jane's Addiction, Saramalacara, Turnstile, Natalie Pérez, El Mató A Un Policía Motorizado, Sen Senra, Las Ligas Menores, Ghetto Kids, LOUTA, Taichu, Cardellino, Acru, Sael, Goldfish, Falke 912, Emmanuel Horvilleur, Paula Cendejas, Boombox Cartel, Girl Ultra, Ronpe 99, Kiddo Toto, SIX SEX, Chita, Chiara Parravicini, Axel Fiks, Derby Motoreta's Burrito Kachimba, Ainda, Molok0, Clara Cava, Santi Celli, Malena Villa, Zenón Pereyra, Simona, Rosario Ortega, BB ASUL, Litto Nebbia, D3FAI, Bianca Lif, Lucia Tacchetti, Miranda Johansen, Limon
    ARG, Buenos Aires City
    Mega
  • Electric Daisy Carnival - Mexico festival

    Alan Walker, The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Zedd, Lost Frequencies, Afrojack, Alesso, FISHER, Vintage Culture, Purple Disco Machine, John Summit, Kidd Keo, Grimes, Timmy Trumpet, Deadmau5, Neto Peña, Dillon Francis, Deorro, Deborah De Luca, CamelPhat, Boris Brejcha, Toser One, Vini Vici, Claptone, Dubdogz, Cloonee, Bruno Martini, Wuki, Rezz, Nora En Pure, Carl Cox, Cat Dealers, Seven Lions, Svdden Death, Da Tweekaz, Borgore, Chris Lorenzo, Matroda, Giuseppe Ottaviani, Infected Mushroom, Tchami, ZARAMAY, Good Times Ahead, BISCITS, Bag Raiders, Dombresky, Markus Schulz, The Martinez Brothers, J. Worra, Ghetto Kids, Mathame, Michael Bibi, LIL TEXAS, Reinier Zonneveld, MARIANA BO, Ghastly, Martin Ikin, Dennis Cruz, Tritonal, Anfisa Letyago, William Black, MALAA, Riot Ten, Rayben, F4ST, Dubfire, Captain Hook, Black Tiger Sex Machine, Dr Phunk, HALIENE, Habstrakt, DJ Mad Dog, Tom & Collins, Luci, Jessica Audiffred, Nicole Moudaber, Partiboi69, YoSoyMatt, Pan-Pot, Jamis, Shiba San, Adaro, Kaivon, Adana Twins, Paco Osuna, Softest Hard, SBM, Mad Fuentes, Kill the Clowns, Keltek, Adrenalize, Nitro Fun, Ciaran McAuley, Shei, Junkie Kid, Andre VII, BSNO, Roger Shah, Tempo Giusto, MORVN, Silverio, SAYMYNAME, Le Twins, Cornetto, Vast, Noize Suppressor, 1788-L, Javi Reina, Madds, Dam Dam, Kryoman, Nitepunk, Jay Silva, Jorge Nava, Guztavo Mx, Pahua, Fito Silva, Cachirula, Blossom, ARTIX!, MAGA, TRINO DJ, Zombies In Miami, Berdu, FIGHT CLVB, GEO, Mau Moctezuma, G.T.A, Dmitri Saidi, Holder, Rebolledo, Darksiderz, Alby Loud, Isaac Maya, Mystery Affair, Cabizbajo, Shubostar, Swayló, Lokier, Gem & Tauri, Iñigo Vontier, Dj Mastachi, MARCO CARPENTIERI, Kristina Sky, K1, DJ PELOS, Youth In Circles, Charlotte Fehler, GMAXX, JUANPORDIOS!, Fortu & Mendoza, Del Horno, Alejandro Franco, Groove Amigos, Panthera Krause, Hajj, Flor Capistran, Natsumi, Fancy Folks, Luch, Robiin, Ivan Mateluna, Alan Rosales, Rickber Serrano, Netto Leon, Bagha, Josefono L Telefono, Paulor, Belmar, Billion Dollars, Lorely Mur, Gabrielle AG, Bemac, Peter Invasion, Alejandra Ayerbe, Dramian, Kalexis, DJ Nelson, Cango, Kleinfinger, ADGEL, DERLOW, Daniel Weil, Dunnowho, Decibela, Kawas, Bubu, UnderBite, SÜSS, Jenny Anaya, Barbie Chola, Von Gold, Gero, Ivy.K, Testpilot, TBX
    MEX, Iztacalco
    Mega

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More about Ghetto Kids

Overview of Reggaeton musician Ghetto Kids

Mexican-born Latin Reggaeton band Ghetto Kids performs music in this genre. Ghetto Kids, a group of gifted musicians, have been creating waves in the music industry with their distinctive and varied sound. Ghetto Kids have carved out their own space in the market with a distinctive blend of Reggaeton and Latin music.

Their music combines contemporary Reggaeton beats with classic Latin rhythms, creating a sound that is both nostalgic and modern. The ensemble is renowned for its infectious tunes, enticing beats, and deep words. Their music is approachable to listeners from various backgrounds since it reflects their culture and life experiences.

A testament to the vitality and variety of the Latin music landscape is Ghetto Kids. Their music crosses national boundaries and has won over adoring followers everywhere. Ghetto Kids are a musical force to be reckoned with in the field of Latin Reggaeton thanks to their distinctive sound and contagious energy.

What are the most popular songs for Reggaeton musician Ghetto Kids?

Mexican Latin and Reggaeton band Ghetto Kids has become quite well-known for their distinctive sound and upbeat beats. Millions of people have listened to their most popular songs, such as "Tra Tra Tra," "Toketeo," and "Comerte Toda," on various music streaming services.

With its infectious melody and catchy dancing routines, "Tra Tra Tra" has become a party and club favorite. Its popularity has only grown since the song was remixed with the participation of several performers. With their cheerful rhythm and seductive lyrics, "Toketeo" and "Comerte Toda" are equally well-liked songs.

Ghetto Kids also released the hits "La Mano (feat. Tavo Rayo)," "Sin Censura," and "Ojos Chiquitos." These songs highlight the group's flexibility by demonstrating their capacity to write both upbeat party songs and more somber songs. With their humorous lyrics and infectious tunes, "CULO" and "Coqueta" are also crowd favorites.

With their distinctive sound and catchy beats, Ghetto Kids has swiftly emerged as one of the most well-known Latin and Reggaeton music groups. They have won over admirers all over the world with their ability to produce both entertaining party music and moving ballads.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Reggaeton musician Ghetto Kids?

In 2023, the Mexican band Ghetto Kids produced a series of brand-new songs that showcased their distinct fusion of reggaeton and Latin music. "UNA GATA," their most recent single, is a catchy and upbeat song that will get fans tapping their feet and swaying to the beat. The song has a catchy chorus and an upbeat pace that will get stuck in your brain.

The title track from Ghetto Kids' most recent album, "Ingratax, Sandro Malandro: EN EL GHETTO #1 (PPPP)," is a memorable single. It combines Reggaeton and Latin rhythms with Sandro Malandro's distinctive voice. With its addictive tempo and memorable choruses, this song will keep you dancing the entire time.

"Canciones de Don," another standout track from Ghetto Kids' most recent CD, demonstrates the group's breadth and diversity. This song has a more relaxed, acoustic tone, gorgeous guitar playing, and soulful vocals. It demonstrates the band's capacity to experiment with many musical genres without straying too far from its core.

With a powerful pace and contagious enthusiasm, "El Pesero" completes Ghetto Kids' most recent CD. The band's ability to blend ancient Latin rhythms with contemporary Reggaeton beats to create a sound that is both timeless and modern is perfectly demonstrated by this song.

The most recent album by Ghetto Kids is a testament to their musical talent and range. This album is sure to please fans of Latin and Reggaeton music alike because it features a blend of lively dance numbers and more reflective, lyrical songs.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Reggaeton musician Ghetto Kids?

Mexican Latin and Reggaeton sensation Ghetto Kids has become a household name in the music business because to their exciting performances at a variety of festivals and venues. With their distinctive fusion of Latino and Reggaeton music, the trio has swept the globe, and their live performances have enchanted crowds.

Their appearance at the Baja Beach Fest, where they performed among other well-known musicians, was one of their most famous ones. One of the largest Latin music festivals in the world, the event is held in Rosarito Beach, Baja California. The audience enjoyed the Ghetto Kids' performance, and they left them wanting more.

Ghetto Kids gave another outstanding performance at the Coca-Cola Flow Fest CDMX in Mexico City. Ghetto Kids performed at the event, which is renowned for featuring a wide variety of musical styles. Their dynamic performance inspired the audience to sing and dance to their upbeat songs.

Other notable events that Ghetto Kids have performed at include Tecate Pa'l Norte, Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, and Lollapalooza Argentina. They have established themselves as one of the most exciting and accomplished Latin and Reggaeton music bands in the world thanks to their performances at these events.

The Ghetto Kids' performances at these festivals and venues have, in my opinion, been nothing short of amazing. They have established themselves as a major force in the music business because to their distinctive fusion of Reggaeton and Latin music and their exhilarating live performances. There is no doubt that Ghetto Kids will continue to give outstanding performances wherever they go, as their fans throughout the world eagerly anticipate their upcoming performance.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Reggaeton musician Ghetto Kids?

The Latin and Reggaeton musicians from Mexico known as Ghetto Kids have worked with some of the greatest names in the business. One of their most prominent joint projects is the "Tra Tra Tra Remix - Remix" tune with Guaynaa and Mad Fuentes. The words are catchy enough to stick in your head after only one hearing, and the remix has a distinctive sound that incorporates Latin and Reggaeton components. The song that Ghetto Kids produced with these two musicians was highly welcomed by listeners and considerably increased their popularity.

In the song "La Mano," Major Lazer, Guaynaa, and Tavo Rayo collaborated in another noteworthy way. This song has a pleasant tempo and lyrics that are simple to follow while dancing. The partnership with Major Lazer, a well-known DJ and production crew, has contributed to the exposure of Ghetto Kids' songs. The song combines Latin and Reggaeton influences, a characteristic of Ghetto Kids' sound. For Ghetto Kids, this partnership has been fruitful because it has increased their exposure and allowed them to connect with more people.

Additionally, DALEX and Happy Colors worked with Ghetto Kids on the song "Comerte Toda." The song has a distinctive rhythm that blends Reggaeton and Latin influences, and the lyrics are memorable enough to stick in your head after only one listen. The song produced as a result of the collaboration between these two musicians has garnered positive feedback from listeners and has solidified Ghetto Kids' standing in the Latin and Reggaeton music scenes.

The collaborations between Ghetto Kids and Guaynaa and Mad Fuentes, Major Lazer, and DALEX and Happy Colors have all been huge successes. These partnerships have boosted the popularity of Ghetto Kids' music and strengthened their standing in the Reggaeton and Latin music scenes.

What do people also ask about Reggaeton musician Ghetto Kids?


Who is the owner of Ghetto Kids?

Inspire Ghetto Kids Foundation (Triplets Ghetto Kids) is the owner of Ghetto Kids.


How old is the Ghetto Kids?

Ghetto Kids are a dance troupe with members ranging from five to 13 years old.


Is Ghetto Kids same as Masaka kids?

Masaka Kids Africana & Ghetto Kids are two mixed-gender choirs from Uganda's Masaka and Kampala, working independently but with the same goal of aiding underprivileged children in Africa.


What songs did Ghetto Kids dance to?

Ghetto Kids performed a dance to the song "Marimba Rija" by the Angolan performer Dotorado Pro. The choreography was done by Sherrie Silver.


Are the Ghetto Kids orphans?

“The Ghetto Kids” are orphans being taken care of by Mr. Daouda Kavuma.


Which country are the Ghetto Kids from?

A group of young dancers from Uganda, Triplets Ghetto Kids.


Which of the Ghetto Kids died?

14-year-old Alex died as a result of a bicycle accident.


Are Ghetto Kids siblings?

A Ugandan dance troupe called Triplets Ghetto Kids is made up of the three gifted sisters Pembe, Sharifah, and Rukia.


How much did Ghetto Kids win in Britain's Got Talent?

Winning the TV show Britain's Got Talent would mean £250,000 ($313,000) prize money for Ghetto Kids.


How many are the Ghetto Kids?

Triplet Ghetto Kids are a part of a family of 30-odd children taken in by Kavuma Dauda.


Who is King in Ghetto Kids?

Hassan Wasswa a.k.a Man King is the King in Ghetto Kids.


Did the Ghetto Kids win Britain's Got Talent?

The Ugandan children's dancing group Ghetto Kids did not take home the title of Britain's Got Talent. They were defeated by Norwegian comedian Viggo Venn, who won the top award.


Who takes care of Ghetto Kids?

The six kids, who range in age from six to thirteen, are cared after by their former guardian turned manager Dauda Kavuma.


How did the Ghetto Kids start?

A video of dancers Alex, Fred, Bachir, Patricia, and Isaac to "Sitya Loss" by Eddy Kenzo became viral in 2014 and received over 8 million views on YouTube and other social media.


How much did Ghetto Kids win?

PRIME Ghetto Kids took home PS250,000 (Shs1.6b) in cash as well as a prized seat at the Royal Variety Performance.


What is the history of triplets ghetto kids?

A non-governmental organization called Triplets Ghetto Kids was established in 2013 after the dance group achieved internet fame with a homemade dance video to the song Sitya Loss by Ugandan musician Eddy Kenzo. The foundation's goal is to give impoverished kids access to better chances in life by using music, dance, and theatre.