Jese Rodriguez unveils reggaeton music band Big Flow

Jese Rodriguez unveils reggaeton music band Big Flow

Jese videoclip Big Flow

Jese Rodriguez has surprised many by announcing he has formed a music band alongside DJ Nuno called Big Flow. Real Madrid’s forward shared on Twitter the teaser of their first video clip last week and they have now launched their single La Mano Arriba on iTunes.

Although it’s difficult to tell which part of the song he’s actually singing, Jese appears to have got got quite some talent, from what we can see in the video. The full music clip will be released in the next few weeks. You can listen to a fragment of his single here:

As you can hear, Big Flow is a reggaeton band. Artists Henry Mendez and Daviel have featured in La Mano Arriba.

Their first clip was recorded in the Canary Islands, Jese’s home region. The 21-year-old appears on it dressed in a black suit, surrounded by a few women, dancing and singing. Check it out:

The friendship between Jese and DJ Nuno started a few years ago thanks to other Real Madrid’s youngster, Derik Osede. They’ve become close friends since then, and they meet every day in a basement in Alcorcon to work on their music.

DJ Nuno often goes to see Jese play at the Santiago Bernabeu and has also become friends with Marcelo, who is also a fan of that music style.

Whether the band will succeed or fail it’s impossible to tell, but we do know what will be the next changing-room hit at the Santiago Bernabeu.

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