The singer, who has been influenced by jazz and gospel music and has already garnered more than 15 years of business, made his first release with production company AGTE Live Entertainment.
Spanish singer Enrique Ramel presents his single titled Mentira, The first in its new phase with AGTE Live Entertainment, produced by the duo, San Luis.
“The song talks about the moment when you found out that all you lived was a lie, by someone who was cheating on you. The feelings are mixed because it hurts because they lied to you, but also because they took you to realize it. It’s a liberating thing in some way. On an emotional level, it’s a long journey. But it is satisfying, “said Rammell.
The “Mintira” formation was responsible for Luigi, Santiago Castillo, Juan Marie Monti, Enrique Ramel and Frederick Melendez. “A lot of people will feel specific. I love working with San Luis, Frederick and Juan Marie, people I have liked before,” added the Spanish artist. (We recommend: Laura Roman sings to death as an ally of love.)
The singer has been in the US recently, recording with productions of Santiago and Luigi Castillo (The San Luis duo). He also held songwriting sessions with Erika Ender, Yasmel Marvo, Angel Bottotti, Johan Morales, Juan Marie Montes, Julio Cesar Rodriguez, Linda Briceno, and Mario Caceres, all of whom are Latin Grammy Award winners, and many Enrique Ramel performances are expected this year. .
Enrique Ramel was the winner of the 2020 edition of Tierra de Talento, from Canal Sur From a young age he was fond of singing. Already as a teenager he moved to Madrid to train in interpretation, singing and dancing.
He started his career in 2005 and has since shined in various international stages. Participated in reality And musical performances as a contestant, CoachShowgirl or guest artist.
Nowadays, He has already accumulated more than 15 years of his career and has influences from jazz, gospel and copla to bossa nova and Portuguese suits. (You may be interested: They launched an autobiography of musician Pau Casals, the most universal Catalan of the 20th century)
“Music heals me, turns me on, and makes me a better person. That’s what I want to provoke in those who listen to me,” says Enrique Ramel.