Casper Magico is an American singer-songwriter, producer, and musician. He released his first album in July 2013 which was followed by Trust Fall (2015). His music falls under the pop genre with elements of funk, soulful r&b vocals, instrumentation from live instruments as well as computer generated beats.
Casper Magico is a rapper and songwriter from the United States. He was born in 1988, and has released three albums so far. Casper’s debut album “Casper” was released in 2009. His second album “The Night’s Gambit” was released in 2011, and his third album “The Great Unknown” was released in 2014.
Casper Magico is a Puerto Rican musician and rapper who is well-known for his contributions to the Trap Latino trend in reggaeton. He rose to prominence in February 2017 with the song “No Me Hables de Amor,” which featured Anuel AA. He was a protégé of Anuel AA, with whom he performed for a while. Its video has received over two million views. (Magico repaid the favor by serving as his public face while imprisoned, while his official mentor, Anuel AA, sent him recording guidance through letters from prison.) The song also charted in the Top Ten on several streaming services’ Latin charts. Around the same time, the single “Te Perd” (with Kendo Kaponi) was released, although it didn’t do quite as well. The June follow-up, “Cuentale” (with Anuel AA), made up for it and sent him back to the top of the charts.
Magico’s biographical information are intentionally kept hidden. Julio Cruz Garca is his given name, and we know he lived up on the streets until finding redemption through music. Magico started uploading almost every music he made to YouTube after his breakout song, and never had less than 140,000 views. In March, he released his smash song “Por Dinero,” which was followed by a remix featuring Kendo Kaponi, Miky Woodz, and Noriel. His work with Nio Garcia and Darell on “Te Bote” in December sparked a pair of remixes in the new year: the Te Bote: Electrónica Remixes EP and a full remix single with partners Bad Bunny, Nicky Jam, and Ozuna. The latter was a huge success. During its first three weeks, it dominated the Latin urban and pop charts, with the video racking over 300,000 views. It eventually reached number one in 11 countries and was well within the Top 40 in the United States.
Along with Ele an el Dominio, Jamby el Favo, John Jay, and producer Sinfonico, Magico was a notable contributor on the remix of Darell’s song “Blanco Yo Negro” in May of 2018. His remix of “Te Bote” topped the Hot Latin Songs list the same month. Despite the fact that Magico released another half-dozen songs that year, none of them were as successful as “Te Bote (Remix).” This year was different. His collaboration with Anuel AA, “No Te Veo (Remix),” hit the Top 30 in Spain and the Top 40 in the Dominican Republic, as well as the Hot 100 in the United States. In 15 countries, the remix of “Mrame” (including Garcia, Rauw Alejandro, Lenny Tavárez, Myke Towers, and Darell) reached the Top 20. “La Jeepeta” (containing Anuel AA, Myke Towers, Brray, and Juanka) was the fourth most popular song. All three songs, as well as the “Te Bote” remix, were included on Garcia and Magico’s joint first album, Now or Never, released in late July. Guest performances by Arcangel and De La Ghetto on “No Se Te Dio,” Jowell & Randy on “Farandula,” and Darell on “Llame Pa Verte” were among the set’s 18 songs. It debuted at number five on the Top Latin Albums chart in early August, number four on the Latin Rhythm Albums chart, and number 136 on the Top 200.
- nio garcia