He is a Dominican director who has already become a well-recognized name in the industry, especially after his recent documentary “La Cuna Del Dembow.”
Getting into one’s chosen industry itself can prove to be quite a demanding task, let alone making it big in the same. However, there are a few professionals who have done even that and, in the process, have gone ahead and stunned others worldwide with what they have offered in their respective niches and through their impeccable work. So many courageous creatives and visionaries have risen to the top in the world of media and entertainment; however, among them, a few rare gems have effortlessly stood unique from the rest, just like the Dominican film and video director Rodrigo Rodriguez, also known as Rodrigo Films.
Rodrigo Rodriguez’s consistent rise in the world of entertainment is proof of how he has immersed himself in the artistic space and how far he has gone to turn his artistic and creative visions into celluloid. This is not something every director has been able to fulfill, but Rodrigo, proves his subtle way of portraying art on-screen that, in many ways, has only had a powerful impact on the audiences. The well-recognized director with billions of views has worked with worldwide superstars like Bad Bunny, El Alfa, Maluma, Ozuna, Nicky Jam, Natti Natasha, Farruko, Rauw Alejandro, Lunay, Arcángel, Tyga, and Wiz Khalifa, to name a few, and today is one of the biggest directors in the Latin community.
Rodrigo, recently gained more buzz for directing the documentary “La Cuna Del Dembow,” which was launched by Amazon music and released on October 8th, 2022. It is a 50-minute documentary that was created and recorded by him in just 20 days while traveling to different countries to capture the essence of all the content that the viewers are currently seeing and engaging with.
Speaking more about the film, Rodrigo Films explains how it is divided into two chapters, showing the urban musical style with the greatest influence in the Dominican Republic, which has spread internationally: Dembow as a culture.
So many popular exponents of this rhythm participate like; Rochy RD, Yailin “La más viral,” BULIN 47, El Yala, Bulova, Kiko El Crazy, El Mayor Clásico, Jacol, Pablo Piddy, Farruko, Yomel “El Meloso,” DJ Lobo, Shelow Shaq, El Ken, El Crock, Ceky Viciny, La Materialista, Lírico “En La Casa,” amongst others who started the movement of Dembow.
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