November 8, 2018 8:35 PM
Updated November 8, 2018, 20:46
Venezuelan singer Omar Enrique will release his new album Bachata Rosa and other hits, a musical project inspired by the artist's admiration of one of the world's most recognized martial artists, Juan Luis Guerra.
"He influenced my music a lot, he is one of those I admire most, he's 40 years old and he's still in. I wanted to make this tribute to Juan Luis because it was the music that marked the 80's and, despite the years Några of them are still valid The best way to reactivate the genre is to rent the maestro, which is great, and to do that with the songs that marked Merengue's strong time, Omar explained.
The album, produced by Bonny Cepeda and Lorenzo Romero, has 13 songs entirely selected by the singer: six marbles, six bachatas and a salsa showing Guerra's versatility.
With about 24 years in the music industry, he decided to return to his roots and, as an incentive, wrote the author of "La Bilirrubina", the title of the first campaign of the album released on October 26 on all digital platforms. "With this album I want to go around the world, reactivate Merengue who may have lost the ground for the city genres, the youth like what was then and enjoy it," says Enrique.
"Bilirubin" is available and can be heard here.
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