Luis Beltre, popularly known by the stage name Villa, is not stopping in his pursuit of seemingly disrupting the music and entertainment scene, especially as a rap artist. The young vibrant artist has been able to announce his entrance into the industry in a grand way, making his official debut in 2019. In a similar vein, Villa looks set to drop a new single titled “grippin,” where he worked with the talented Trizzil Bangin.
The multi-billion-dollar music industry looks set for major disruption and music lovers in different parts of the world can begin to imagine new dawn with the emergence of Villa. Over the years, thousands of talented music makers across the value chain have emerged to bless the ears of music lovers with amazing lyrics on banging beats. The hip-hop community has undoubtedly been at the forefront of the evolution of the music industry, thanks to different stakeholders contributing their quota to the growth of the market. However, it is looking like the dawn of a new beginning with Luis Beltre, otherwise known as Villa, and his amazing team.
Villa is leveraging his versatility, creativity, and ingenuity to create music to soothe the ears of music lovers. Inspired by the legendary Frank Sinatra and Rick James as well as Dipset Ruff Ryder’s, Villa always had a love for music. He followed his passion in 2019, starting a label called GoodVibeMusic and partnering with other passionate stakeholders in the music value chain.
As an artist, Villa has been working with a team of producers who are poised to deliver good music, chronicling his vast experience to deliver thought-provoking yet entertaining songs inspired by happenings around him. Villa is set to drop a couple of singles in the coming months, with the first of the lot being “grippin,” featuring Trizzil Bangin. Villa delivers amazing wordplay to treat music lovers to addictive rap that will set a new trend in the rap game.
For more information about Villa and his works as an artist, please visit Instagram, where he has continued to grow his fan base.