Romeo Santos Set to Perform at the 2019 Latin American Music Awards
We have great news, "The King of Bachata", Romeo Santos, will perform at the 5th annual Latin American Music Awards next Thursday, October 17th. The award show will take place at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California.
Romeo’s songs are admired, sung, but mostly danced by thousands of people around the world.
Here are some of his greatest hits:
"Bella y Sensual" (Beautiful & Sensual) is one of his most played videos on YouTube. Up to date, the official video already has more than 500 million views. The song which features Daddy Yankee and Nicky Jam was released in November 2017, and remains a BOP.
Who hasn’t danced to "Sobredosis"?
With this song we can confirm that Romeo Santos has songs for all sentimental moods. The official video was released in January 2018 and already has more than 1 billion (yes, you read that right), more than 1 billion views. Apparently, many identified with the lyrics.
If you are going to listen to "Imitadora" (Imitator), make sure you turn up the music. This song is dedicated to women who have ceased to be what they used to be with their loved ones.
Not everything is about betrayal and doubt. Have you heard " Héroe Favorito" (Favorite Hero)?
Lovers love this song which, tells their girls that they are capable of everything for them.
“Propuesta Indecente” (Indecent Proposal) is another of Romeo’s most popular songs. The video features Eiza González as a model and the rhythm makes anyone want to dance.
Santos has also shown that his genre fits well with reggaeton and R&B.
"Promise" is a song where Usher collaborated. Both styles were coordinated beautifully and when merged created an unforgettable theme.
Romeo's success started with Aventura, the group was he a part of for years. At that time, Aventura had great songs that to date are emblematic in his Romeo’s career. “El Malo” (The bad guy), is one of those songs that his fans remember with love.
"Dile al Amor" (Tell Love) is a classic for bachata lovers. They are the beginnings of Romeo in the industry and this specific song was and is still sung by many of his fans.
These are just some little pieces of evidence that Romeo’s bachata is powerful and has broken language barriers. You know what they say; music is the universal language.