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Dear Prospective Supporters of RXG,

I’m Katelina Eccleston or Gata and I am the proud Reggaeton Historian, Artist, Creator etc. behind Reggaeton Con La Gata or RXG. RXG was created out of my love, passion, and respect for El Movimiento, my hopes for its future and the revamp of integration of racial diversity.

 

As it is well documented I’ve worked tirelessly for the past 3-4 years making this platform what it is from scratch and I am proud of what I’ve built, where it is and where it is headed.

I need your help. As you all know I’ve had ups and downs in collaborations with larger companies and one thing has continuously proved itself to be true: My work is important and larger companies know this to be true or else, why bother with “little ol me”?

I am raising this money in hopes of acquiring the proper protection to secure my intellectual property as my own. I am unable to protect every aspect of my brand myself so I am asking for your help. Any and all help is appreciated.

Warmest Regards,

“Tu Gatita Favorita”

Original Idea

Popetón

  • I coined the term Popeton. The concept of a new genre, Popeton not being 100% pop or reggaeton but a mixture of both. Inspired by the fact that there is Reggaeton that has been so whitened artistically that few essences of Perreo remain at its core therefore it can’t be considered as Reggaeton.

 

This particular definition of Reggaeton

El reguetón is the manifestation of the whitewashing of Perreo, which is Black at its core.

Comparing the BPM of subgeneres of Reggaeton to Sex

“The BPM in the different themes of Reggaeton including Perreo, Sandunguero, Bellakeo, Maleanteo embody the movements of Sex.”

via Make Reggaeton Nasty Again on Reggaeton Con La Gata‘s Podcast 2019.

 

“We (consumers of Reggaeton) can’t expect a wave of assorted themes of Reggaeton at one time as it was exemplified in the early 2000s again because a lot of the producers who worked on those projects were not accredited. Therefore we are expecting sounds from producers who did not fully create them in the first place.”

via Reggaeton Con La Gata on Twitter

Negratón (A Term coined by Zahira Cabrera Kelly)

The concept that Perreo as a genre is black at it’s core. A genre of music primarily sung and stylized by Black artists but especially black women of the genre –Katelina Eccleston

Bridge of Perreo to Sex

“The BPM in the different themes of Reggaeton including Perreo, Sandunguero, Bellakeo, Maleanteo embody the movements of Sex.”

via Make Reggaeton Nasty Again on Reggaeton Con La Gata‘s Podcast 2019.

 

“We (consumers of Reggaeton) can’t expect a wave of assorted themes of Reggaeton at one time as it was exemplified in the early 2000s again because a lot of the producers who worked on those projects were not accredited. Therefore we are expecting sounds from producers who did not fully create them in the first place.”

via Reggaeton Con La Gata on Twitter

El 28 de febrero de 2019 visité la hermosa Isla de Puerto Rico para unirme a una conversación en persona con Pioneros del Reggaeton. Después de recopilar datos, descubrí lo siguiente:

On February 28, 2019 I visited the beautiful Island of Puerto Rico to join an in-person conversation with Pioneers of Reggaeton. After collecting data, I’ve discovered the following:

  1. Via Maicol Superstar a Puerto Rican pioneer of Underground in Puerto Rico was able to confirm that Puerto Rican artists traveled to Panama during the Puerto Rican era of Underground in order to learn how to create dancehall music. He is one of them.
  2. Puerto Rican Disc Jockey and Pioneer of Sandunguero of Reggaeton DJ Blass formerly expresses that the movement did not start in Puerto Rico but in Panama, he goes on to explain that the instrumentation was sped up in tempo and that he’d agree with “No Hay Reggaeton Sin Dancehall” more than “No Hay Reggaeton Sin Reggae.”

3.    Maicol Superstar’ of former underground duo ‘Maicol Y Manuel’ detailed extensively his             first hand accounts of the musical processes taking place in Puerto Rico and how it correlates with his first hand experience during his 8 month trip to Panama in the 1990s with Alberto Stylee and other Puerto Rican Reggaeton Pioneers.

4. Bones Weso produced ‘Sacala’ by Hector El Father of the ‘Sangre Nueva’ album. He also co-produced every song on Mas Flow 2 along with Nesty and LunyTunes.

And Much More.

All works are protected by Copyright. All Original ideas and Historical Citings must be properly cited.

More original ideas, historical findings and such to be revealed during the release of my book in 2020.