Nicky Jam, Anuel AA and More React to J Balvin's Plea For Artists to Stop Romanticizing Violence and Drug Culture


On Aug. 14, J Balvin put out the call for his fellow artists to make music that doesn't romanticize criminal violence and drugs. The singer shared his opinion on some lyrics that are leading fans the wrong way. "Lately our music genre is more focused on the attitude criminals and drug dealers than music," he wrote.   

Now, Anuel AA, Nicky Jam and De La Ghetto have taken to social media to react to Balvin's proposal. Check out some their responses below.   

Nicky Jam   

Anuel AA

De La Ghetto

El Dominio