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Check out this week’s bulletin below.
Romeo Santos finishes his Golden Tour in the Dominican Republic
Bachata superstar Romeo Santos has finally wrapped up his Golden Tour. On this occasion, the singer had Ozuna, Juan Luis Guerra, Anuel AA, Marc Anthony and Wisin & Yandel as special guests. The Golden tour took Santos to Europe, Latin America and the United States in where he had two rounds. See the photos below.
Bad Bunny becomes a Good Bunny to make children happy during Christmas
For Bad Bunny, the Christmas season is more than putting gifts under the tree (or next to the shoe boxes that are left under the bed on the Night of Kings). On Sunday, Dec. 23, the urban singer is inviting Puerto Rican families to celebrate La Nueva Tradición (the new tradition) with him and his friends. During the event, gifts will be given to the first 30,000 children, starting at eight in the morning at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum facilities in San Juan from 8:00 a.m. The Good Bunny Foundation, created by the artist (born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio), is a non-profit organization that seeks to integrate and empower young people through music and the arts. In addition to contributing to the formation of values ??and personal development of these young people, the organization will seek to raise the level of music and culture on the island.
J Álvarez celebrates RIAA certification
J.Álvarez is celebrating his gold record, certified by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America), with his current song “De La Mía Personal” (original version), and “De La Mía Personal” (Re-loaded, with Cosculluela). “To receive a Gold Record certified by the RIAA is an emotion that I can’t explain because it means many things, and I am grateful to Glad Empire and to all those who contributed to make this a success,” J.Álvarez said.