Jerry Rivera collaborates with Don Omar on new song, "Tú no bailas más que yo"
The 'King of reggaeton' and the 'Baby of salsa' released the song "Tú no bailas más que yo," which will feature on a new Christmas album.
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On Thursday, Nov. 25, Puerto Rican salsa artist Jerry Rivera announced the release of "Tú no bailas más que yo," song he made in collaboration with his compatriot, urban artist Don Omar. There is also a video to accompany the song.
The song, composed by Randy Peña, Abraham Rondón and Israel Rodríguez De La Cruz, with arrangements by Rei Ortiz, is part of the album Tradición Urbana, a new project featuring several artists, and be composed of songs with Latin rhythms to liven up the Christmas season. The album has been produced by Don Omar's own Sugar Cream record label.
"Tú no bailas más que yo" is the first single from the album, and is a salsa tune that pays homage to Latin culture, especially Puerto Rican culture. The colorful video clip for the song shows the camaraderie among friends on Christmas Day.
Rivera made the announcement of the song and video through his social media platforms and is already on all digital platforms.
"I am very grateful to be able to continue making music after 30 years of career. Don Omar had already performed tropical songs, so I thought it was perfect for us to do this one together," said Rivera.
For his part, Omar has taken the opportunity to announce two other Christmas songs that will also be part of the new album, the reggaeton "Brisa Navideña (Yomo)" and a mix between rumba and salsa, "Arbolito (Pirulo)."