As you already know guys that 25-year-old Myke Towers is going presenting his latest song, “Dollar,” with Becky G at the 2019 Latin American Music Awards, along with he’s willing for fatherhood. So we can say that Myke Towers is having a significant year.
On Thursday, ET Live’s Denny Directo and guest co-anchor Eder Diaz found with the singer on the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, where he revealed how eager he is to embrace his first baby. The rapper and his girlfriend of eight years are anticipating an offspring in the new year.
“Each day I’m preaching, but I’m just waiting for him,” Towers told. “I’m eager for him. I’m ready.”
While questioned, have they chosen the name of the baby, he stated, “Yes,” tantalizing that “it’s the name of my beloved rapper.”
“My beloved rapper is from New York. I’m not stating anything else,” he continued.
Next year, Towers would be releasing his new album. “Before 2019 finish, we’re arriving with an EP but in 2020, we’re arriving with an album,” he told.
While receiving the opportunity to perform with Becky G, he couldn’t be more satisfied. “Performing with an entertainer like Becky G, taking me for one of her singles is, like, I’m doing good. It feels great,” Towers wrote.
25 years old Towers, who abides in Puerto Rico, also considered on how he perceives his island today, following the abandonment of Governor Ricardo Rosselló and the political chapter that is commencing with new governor Wanda Vázquez.
“I see that people are more united than ever,” he says. “People realized that they have the power. Puerto Rico will triumph no matter what.”
Towers confirm that the position has not improved him and that he is a timid boy yet who likes remaining at home to party. “I’ve always been reserved, I don’t like to go out much,” he states.
“I’ve always wanted to live in this moment. Every rose has thorns — you have to deal with everything that fame brings.” He speaks being rejected by music labels and producers at the commencement of his career “made the path more interesting” and made him more robust to “face new challenges every day.”