Nio García says goodbye to ‘Flow La Movie’ with a heartbreaking message: “I never had so much pain”

Nio García says goodbye to ‘Flow La Movie’ with a heartbreaking message: “I never had so much pain”

The urban interpreter Nio García said this Thursday that he will have to cry every night for ‘Flow La Movie‘, in charge of his artistic career and who died on Wednesday in a plane crash, but recognizing that he will continue the musical legacy they built.

I never had so much pain in my heart. They will be very special in my life! I have to cry for you every night brother. And see your photos every day. Listen to your voice, but we have to continue the legacy we build together”, expressed Nio García on his Instagram account.

Flow La Movie, whose given name was José Ángel Hernández, died along with his wife, Debbie Jiménez, and their common son, Jayden, in a plane crash in the Dominican Republic.

A daughter of Hernández, two other relatives and three crew members also perished in the incident.

I miss you, brother. I am so sorry. Love you very much. Thank you for making me what I am today one day. We’ll meet again.” Garcia pointed out.

In addition to García, Flow La Movie directed Casper Mágico’s artistic career.

Flow La Movie also achieved the global hits “Te boté Remix”, with Bad Bunny, “Am Remix” and “La Jeepeta Remix”.

Other important figures of the urban movement such as Don Omar, J Balvin, Farruko, Arcángel, the duo of Jowell and Randy, Bryant Myers, Darell, DJ Nelson, DJ Playero and Guelo Superstar also joined the mourning for the late 38-year-old musician. (Source EFE).

Ashley Johnson
Ashley Johnson is the lead reporter for Globe Live Media on things related to Astrology, Lifestyle and Music. Being a fitness enthusiast, her background involves growing up in Beverly Hills, where She often interacts with famous Artists and also talks about their ways for a Healthy Lifestyle. She is in fact a profound Yoga student. You can be well assured about the authenticity and quality of Lifestyle, Health, and Music reports published by her.