Danny Rivera, Milly Quezada and ‘El Canario’ sing on the album

Puerto Rican singer Danny Rivera and Dominicans Milly Quezada, Pavel Núñez and José Alberto ‘El Canario’, among others, come together on the album “Amargue Sessions Duets”, by pianist, producer and director Gus Rodríguez under the label La Oreja Media Group .

The album also has the participation of performers Xiomara Fortuna, Pat Pereyra, Badir, Pirou, Cruzmonty and a posthumous participation, thanks to technology, by Víctor Víctor, author of the hit “Night table”.

José Alberto ‘El Canario’, winner of a Latin Grammy, sings “Cómo te olvido” along with its composer, Badir, the producers reported in a statement.

The theme also has a video filmed in Constanza (Dominican center) where Pirou and Gus Rodríguez make a brief appearance.

“It is an album where romance and the magic of the feeling that music gives us is implicit,” said Porfirio ‘Popi’ Piña, who chairs La Oreja Media Group together with his partner Alexis Brugal.

Milly Quezada, ‘the Queen of Merengue’, connects with the bolero along with Badir to pay homage to the Dominican Fausto Rey ‘El Niche’, in one of his most emblematic and well-remembered songs, “Adultos”.

The duets continue with a special version of “I’m going to turn off the light” by Xiomara Fortuna and Pirou, where both artists “give it their all” and the “great talent” of Gus Rodríguez on piano is revealed.

In “Cada vez otra vez” Danny Rivera and Pavel Núñez join their voices, while Pirou and Pat Pereyra interpret “Será”, a song that also has a video in which the musicians have a part.

The finishing touch to the production is placed by the singer-songwriters Cruzmonty and Badir with the classic “Sabor a mí”, resulting in a “unique and unrepeatable” version, the producers assured.

“Amargue Sessions Duets” is available on all digital platforms

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