Adrián Berazaín premiers album "Suelta. El Concierto"

Edited by Lena Valverde Jordi
2021-03-11 21:22:04


Singer-songwriter Adrián Berazaín premieres album "Suelta. El Concierto"

Havana, March 10 (RHC)-- ‘Suelta’ is the title of a song by singer-songwriter Adrián Berazaín, from the soundtrack of the Cuban soap opera ‘Entrega’, broadcast on national television in 2020. It is also the title track of the latest album by the artist, released under Bis Music label. In DVD format, the new production contains live footage from the concert Berazín gave on March 5th, 2020.

A press release by the record company notes that the 16 songs that Berazaín performed with his band or with guest artists during the concert are accompanied each by a visual material –the work of renowned friend graphic designers like Nelson Ponce, Edel Rodríguez, Alejandro Escobar, Roberto Ramos Mori, Anabel Alfonso and 11 others, who enriched the show, each with their unique, exquisite style.

Guest artists, who perform along with Berazaín and are therefore featured in the new album include Luna Manzanares, Annie Garcés, Mauricio Figueiral, David Blanco, Ágada, rapper Kamankola, Israel Rojas and actor Ray Cruz, as well as the children choir Diminuto, directed by Maestra Carmen Rosa.

The title track “Suelta”, featuring actor Ray Cruz and the children choir Diminuto, was released on digital platforms on February 19th, while a second single entitled “Si te hago canción” was released on February 26th -- ahead of the album, which was released on March 5th on occasion of the 1st anniversary of the historic concert at Karl Marx Theatre.

On that same day, March 5th, the audiovisual was broadcast on Cuban television, giving fans of Adrián Berazaín and Cuban families in general the opportunity to enjoy it from the comfort of their homes.

Regarding new projects, Adrián Berazaín plans to record a new studio album later this year, his fourth. He added that he is also working on a new children’s album, along with Annie Garcés and Christopher Simpson. “Those two projects will keep me really busy this whole year,” Berazaín said.


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