Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra adapted his song Cantando Bachata to rock music.
Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra He adapted his song to rock music Singing bachata, A song that will be available from April 16 on all digital platforms and whose original version was included in the album Literal 2016.
Singer spokesperson, Severo RiveraIt reported, Wednesday, through a press release, that the latest song was presented by a musician, singer, composer and producer: Singing bachata – rock version.
Guerra, known internationally for representing merengue and bachata for the past 30 years, in this work demonstrates a “renewed vision” and its adaptation to the rhythm of rocks “with hints of Caribbean mergers.”
Singing bachata – rock version It recounts the skills of a Dominican immigrant who moves from the beaches of Punta Cana to the streets of the Bronx, Well-known neighborhood in New York, USA, for hosting a large Dominican colony.
On this occasion, the composer Bachata Rosa, “She is moving away from the coordination of the big band, to exploring a young and lively band.” And for this, Dominican musicians passed by the studio Helen de la Rosa (Battery) and David Vasquez (Low), with self-production Juan Luis Guerra.
“the song Singing bachata It has a strange history. It was originally born in rock form. We preserved it with passion because we understood it was not its moment, and we turned it into a bachata for our album “Literal” and we loved it for its tropical form. “The artist noted.
Now, “We want to share this version with our family of fans and hope they enjoy hearing it, as much as we do,” the singer added.
Juan Luis Guerra, 63, is considered the most cosmopolitan Dominican artist, and during his nearly four decades in music, he has won, among other things, 3 Grammys and over 20 Latin Grammys. (E)
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