Don Omarnow known as “The King of Urban Music”, launches this Wednesday his new single, “Grateful”, in which he invites people and his followers to reflect on what it really is to live fully.
In this way, Don Omar makes it clear that beyond seeking to occupy the top positions and awards for his performances, Right now there is only room for creating and performing music that fills you up, as explained in a press release.
In addition to the song, which will be released this Wednesday, November 23 on his official Facebook account, the singer produced an audiovisual cut in which He opens up about a past “professional crisis” that led him to stop his successful career a few years ago.
“At some point I said, I don’t want to be Don Omar. And that melted me. I feel grateful for everything I don’t deserve. I live grateful to have grown, to make mistakes “expresses Don Omar in the audiovisual project. “I feel grateful that I battled my demons”admitted William Omar Landrón, first name of the urban artist.
“Agradecido” is a new version of the song written by Puerto Rican Wiso G, one of the pillars of the Latin urban genre. The topic also has the participation of a group of string musicians from the Venezuela Strings Recording Ensemble (VRSE).
Likewise, producer Jean Rodríguez directed the voices of the South Florida Youth Choir, who participate in the song. The artist decided to help this non-profit organization that provides musical education to children in Miami (Florida, USA).
After his union with Saban Music in September of last year, Don Omar has achieved the successes “Flow HP” with Residente, “Se Menea”, “Sincero”, “Soy Yo” with Wisin and Gente de Zona, “Lets Get Crazy” with Lil Jon and “Good Girl” with Akon.
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