In the song "Peligrosa" by J Balvin, the artist sings about a woman who is addicted to dembow music and loves to dance reggaeton. She is described as a "diosa" or goddess who is wild and untamable when the bass drops. She is also described as a "mafiosa" and a "bandolera" who does not follow the rules and loves to party. The song celebrates her wild and free spirit and encourages her to keep dancing and having fun.
J Balvin is a Colombian reggaeton singer and songwriter who has become one of the most popular Latin music artists in the world. He is known for his unique style of reggaeton, which blends traditional Latin rhythms with modern hip-hop and R&B influences. He has collaborated with a number of other artists, including Cardi B, Bad Bunny, and Pharrell Williams. Throughout his career, Balvin has won eleven Billboard Latin Music Awards, six Latin Grammy Awards, five MTV Video Music Awards and seven Latin American Music Awards and received four Grammy Award nominations. His achievements include selling 35 million singles worldwide, and having over 44 billion streams on YouTube and Spotify.