Silvestre Dangond Releases Urban Music Album
The vallenato artist launches into a new genre with "Intruso".
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The Colombian said to People magazine that this new musical work is "totally opposite to what people are used to hearing from me, but it is made with a lot of conviction" and that he is "happy to be able to launch something totally different and of international level".
"Intruso" is an album that includes 13 songs of his authorship that fuse urban rhythms with the typical vallenato with which Dangond has become known. Together with Sony Music Latin, the artist shares credits with other great artists such as Rafael "Reggi" Aponte, Andrés Castro, Luis Angel O'Neill, Daniel Buitrago, Edwin Vázquez "Ñengo Flow", and Ramón Ayala (Daddy Yankee).
In addition, Silvestre presents new collaborations with Nicky Jam, Ñejo, Natti Natasha and Reik, showing his versatility between both genres.
"I feel very happy with the result of this new album, I had a lot of fun and I admire each of the artists who collaborated with me," the artist expressed to People VIP.
Among the most unexpected collaborations was one of the singer's with his son 'Monaco'. "It was unexpected. I never planned for him to be a guest on the album. It never crossed my mind that I was going to do it like that," he said. "It was a pleasant surprise to see him so dedicated and so professional when it came to recording," said Dangond.
"And it's out, so you can enjoy it all from beginning to end, #INTRUSO is now available," wrote the Colombian on his social media, informing his followers of the launch of his musical work on different platforms.
Silvestre Dangond is currently on an international tour and will spend the next few months offering his concerts in several cities in the United States and Canada.