To Yendry’s Musical Genius, Her Multi-Cultural Roots Are the Fuel

As of late, Yendry’s been on top of the world. Despite the fact that she was born in Santo Domingo to Dominican parents and raised in Italy from the age of 4, the rising talent has been working ceaselessly since 2019. Afrobeats, R&B, and reggaeton are just a few of the styles she integrates into her music, which makes her stand out from the rest of the pack.

Since her debut with “Barrio” and “Nena,” Yendry has collaborated with musicians like J Balvin, Damian Marley, Lous, and the Yakuza, and Congolese Belgian vocalist Lous and the Yakuza to record a series of songs that truly showcase her musical creativity. The best part is that she’s just begun. There is nothing like the Dominican dembow sound that the singer-songwriter brought to the world with her current single “Ki-Ki,” released on Friday, May 6.

To Yendry's musical genius, her multi-cultural roots are the fuel

As of late, Yendry’s been on top of the world. Despite the fact that she was born in Santo Domingo to Dominican parents and raised in Italy from the age of 4, the rising talent has been working ceaselessly since 2019. Afrobeats, R&B, and reggaeton are just a few of the styles she integrates into her music, which makes her stand out from the rest of the pack.

Since her debut with “Barrio” and “Nena,” Yendry has collaborated with musicians like J Balvin, Damian Marley, Lous, and the Yakuza, and Congolese Belgian vocalist Lous and the Yakuza to record a series of songs that truly showcase her musical creativity. The best part is that she’s just begun. There is nothing like the Dominican dembow sound that the singer-songwriter brought to the world with her current single “Ki-Ki,” released on Friday, May 6.

To Yendry's musical genius, her multi-cultural roots are the fuel

Originally from the Dominican Republic, I moved to the United States when I was four. ” My mother and I traveled to Italy, and it was there that I met my Italian father, whom I refer to as such. My Dominican biological father lives in New York City. That’s how others have always viewed me; as a result, I’ve always known that I’m two persons in one. ‘Oh, you’re Italian and Dominican.’ I was born in the Dominican Republic, but I was raised in Italy.

To Yendry's musical genius, her multi-cultural roots are the fuel

However, Hendry admits to Popsugar that she “absorbed so much of the Italian culture” while she was there. Her mother worked hard to learn the Italian language and adapt to Italian culture after moving to Italy from the Dominican Republic. Yendry found this problematic.

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