HOT SAUCE FROM PERU AND JAPAN! tony succar first came to Tokyo, Japan and started his first recording with nora suzukithe main voice of the legendary “Orquesta de la Luz de Japón” that became famous in Latin America almost without knowing Spanish in the 90s.
“What an honor to meet Nora! Up Peru and Japan! It was a great honor! You are amazing, you really impressed me. What a taste! I love you very much, tremendous bomb that we recorded today, ”Tony wrote on his official Instagram account, accompanying the photos of the meeting and the moments they shared in the recording studio.
Nora Suzuki also wrote in her latest Instagram post thanking Tony. “Today is an unforgettable day! I met Tony Succar and recorded a song for his third album. I was really super happy recording. (“Recording happy”) Thank you very much. I love you Tony, you are loving. I can’t wait to hear the mix of this song.”
The two-time Latin Grammy winner arrived in Japan two days ago and immediately began producing what will be part of his new album. “The flavor has arrived in Japan, the land of my ancestors! The feeling is incredible. I feel at home. Tokyo will be a very special and musical days!” he shared on Instagram.
La Luz Orchestra, a few months after releasing its first album in 1991, played in one of the most important stages in the world: Madison Square Garden in New York, salsa epicenter of the world. It was one of the most unforgettable moments of the Japanese salsa group. Not only did they sing their great hit, “Salsa caliente del Japón”, they also shared the stage with two legends of the genre: Oscar D’León, the pharaoh of salsa, and Tito Puente, “the king of timbales”.
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