Staying Pure to his Origins Angel T Transports us to the Tropical Club of our Dreams on, "Caliente"

Angel T. debuted early last year with "Let Em Know," an offering of his English and Latin infused flare, and a captivated taster for the exotic producer's positive outlook on life, and resolute enthusiasm. The budding crooner finds sustenance in the limelight his extrinsic tropically induced Hip-hop and Latin syntheses produce. Following 2019s breakthrough, Angel seems more hyperfocused on dishing out heated bangers from Darryl Riley's cookhouse, New Nu Entertainment Studios, in the midst of the planet's temporary time-out. Rather than provoking melancholy in his freshest sonics expression, Angel settles on sweat-inducing vibes on "Caliente," his newest track that manifests the most salacious aspects of Latin-infused music.

"I swear to god I've hit the lottery, yes!" It's a deep-felt sentiment in how it mirrors the feeling this track induces after the first moments of the Latin-Wave track's playback; excited, curious, and entirely uplifted. The mix's expanses are well engorged with a contemporary low-end sub that you'd have no trouble finding in some of the most massive docking Trap cuts from 2020. But still, Angel T. draws our attention away from the encompassing power of the rhythms behind his exotic presenting twinkling samples and layers his fired-up Spanish verbatims over the meaty segments of "Caliente." His hooks flow from the core of his drippy cantor and grant us a relaxing tilt, like someone has been sneaking Patron in our Horchatas without our noticing, slowly getting more dripped-out and tenaciously sensual as each flowing chorus gets imprinted into our subconscious. It's the type of track you'd expect coming from worlds away, over the sea, and on the edge of a beach club bar in Belize, and unsurprisingly, Angel T. renders a precise rendering of that lavish sentiment through the exotic Latin-flare found on "Caliente."

What was the most memorable part about working on this track with your friend and co-producer Darryl Riley?

For me, the most memorable part about creating this record was when we were working on the hook. I had written the initial 4 lines of the hook prior to my session. Once I was in the studio we started experimenting. Riley suggested I sing Caliente as a backup vocal for the hook. We played around with my voice and some effects until we found something we really liked and cemented the pre-mix vocals.  Did you ever find yourself experiencing a writer's block amid this pandemic, and how do you overcome it?

This pandemic has been one interesting experience to the say the least. I think from time to time, the realness of life and its distractions can get in the way of the creative process. Sometimes it can be difficult to find enough energy and time to focus on creating the way all artists would like to. For me, the best way to get over my writer's block is to stay consistent and make sure I schedule a time to focus solely on my artistry. Once I get into a creative flow I don't stop till I've exhausted that state of mind. What are some of the core values and messages you try and incorporate into your music for your audience to take away?

When people listen to my music, I want them to feel the energy I'm bringing into the universe.

My message from record to record can change, however, my core values will remain the same. Stay true to yourself, find ways to achieve growth on a personal/group level, and have some fun on the way. I believe everyone has their own unique set of experiences and skills. Once a person understands this and is able to tap into that mind frame, their potential is limitless. I achieve that in a variety of ways every day; my music allows me to showcase that energy.

What can we expect from you artistically as you continue to produce exotic and heavy-hitting bangers from New Nu Ent. Studios?

My fans can expect that I'm going to be coming with more and more quality content in the near future. I am currently working on my first EP which the team hopes should be ready by the end of 2020 or early 2021. I will also be releasing more reggaeton style records in addition to my hip hop records. Between singles, song features, Ep's, and plans to shoot music videos there is a lot of new exciting content to look forward too!

What has been keeping you inspired throughout 2020?

As crazy as this year has been so far, I do my best to remind myself of how blessed I truly am. I am grateful for my family, my close friends, and associates and the fact we have all be able to stay in good health. I've really tried to focus on staying positive and being appreciative of the good things I have in life. I've also treated this year as a bit of a reset to make sure I have my head on straight before things get back to full speed.