El Flow is a documentary podcast that tells the story of reggaeton, its most emblematic artists, and the secrets of how the genre’s top hits were made. It’s a story of migration, expression, evolution, sexuality, rebellion, and repression. In their songs, artists brought to life the misery and crime permeating their neighborhoods. Since its beginning, the genre has had one constant; movement. From Panama to Puerto Rico, from Boston to Medellin, from Mexico to Brazil. As a result, reggaeton evolved as a merger of PanAmerican musical influences, which helped explode its appeal. Now that reggaeton has reached a level of international acceptance never imagined and is positioned for more exposure on a global scale, it’s time to look back at how we got here.