If we were guided by the aspect of the Social Club Misfits duet, anyone would say that Puerto Ricans Marty and Fern sing dirty reggaeton Ozuna- style. Nothing is further from reality. "We see life through the eyes of Christ, we sing hip hop verses that have to do with God," says Fern, 40, who after spending three years in prison decided to become a Christian like his family. “It's the best thing that [happened] to me. [There] I learned many things.”
Among them, rapping for the Almighty and spreading a positive message as in “Que lo que”, a song that emerges from his next album, Mood (Capitol Christian Music Group). "We are trying to change the stereotype of Latin music," says Marty, also 40. "We are singing something bigger."
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