Don Omar releases the salsa version of “Sincero”, his newest song

Puerto Rican reggaeton veteran Don Omar released this Friday the salsa version of "Sincere"his most recent theme and whose musical rhythm ensured that "runs" through his veins and that of his compatriots.

"My audience knows that salsa is something that runs through the veins of all Puerto Ricans and in my case it is no exception."highlighted Don Omar in a press release.

"Previously I have had the opportunity to record with great pillars of the genre, but this time I wanted to give them something different by interpreting it solo"indicated William Omar Landrón, first name of the self-styled "King" of reggaeton.

Some of the salseros that Don Omar has recorded with are Gilberto Santa Rosa, Víctor Manuelle and Jerry Rivera.

For his part, Rei Ortiz, who produced "You don’t dance more than me" by Don Omar along with Jerry Rivera, was responsible for giving the song a salsa style and a strong cadence "Sincere".
"It has been a huge honor to work on this version of the song for Don Omar. His vision of bringing it to salsa was very interesting and on point. I’m sure it will go down in history"Ortiz pointed out.

"Also, I am very pleased to have a first-rate work team, such as the percussionist and right-hand man Henderson Olivares, with whom I had the pleasure of recording and collaborating in the production of the song."abounded.

Since its launch, the song "Sincere" It has monopolized the first places of popularity on radio stations and digital platforms.

The urban version of "Sincere" came after Don Omar released in 2021 "Flow HP" along with rapper Residente and "Bobs" with Nio Garcia.

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Don Omar signed a contract with Saban Music Group to relaunch his music career, after announcing his retirement in 2017.


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