After the release of the 2011 successful hit “Promise,” featuring R&B artist Usher, Romeo Santos decides to give it a shot at the Spanglish collaboration once more. This time with no other than Canadian recording artist and rapper, Drake.
The former Aventura lead singer released his latest single titled “Odio,” on Monday morning, after giving his bachatero fans a heads up of the debut just days before.
— Romeo Santos (@RomeoSantosPage) January 25, 2014
Indeed, yet another bachata song on celos, decepcion and odio to add to our playlists.
With the exception that this song has the smooth and unique sound of popular rapper, Drake.
The Canadian star shows off his Spanish skills one minute and 15 seconds into the four minute track.
And of course, it won’t be a bangin’ collaboration without Drake’s authentic rhymes, heard one minute prior to the ending of the song.
Romeo Santos also tweeted that the single, “Odio,” will be exclusively available 0n iTunes at 3p.m on Monday and available elsewhere as of Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Romeo preps to debut new album, “Formula Vol. 2″
The King, as he is known in the industry, is less than a month away from debuting his anticipated new album, “Formula Vol. 2.”
The production will be his second release, following a highly successful debut solo album, “Formula Vol. 1.”
Much like his 2011 album, which featured artists such as Usher, Lil Wayne, La Mala Rodgriguez and Mario Domm, the new production will have its fair share of collaborations.
I dare to say that “Formula Vol. 2,” may be Romeo’s most promising album to date, featuring renowned artists such as Marc Anthony, Nicki Minaj, Kevin Hart, Tego Calderon and Carlos Santana.
The album, released by Sony Music Latin, will debut on February 25.