David Bisbal returns to “Latin Pop-Funk”

Spanish singer David Bisbal publishes this Friday “Tú me delatas”, a “Latin pop-funk” song, fresh, colorful and tempting, in which he shows his most youthful side, in addition to spreading the joy that usually comes with summer.

“It’s a Latin pop-funk song with which he really wanted to return to that sound,” says the singer in a press release.

In this song, Bisbal, who has accumulated more than eighty national and international awards, including three Latin Grammys, three Latin Billboard Awards, three World Music Awards and two Ondas Awards, shows his most seductive side.

The harmony and energy achieved in this song is also reflected in a video clip recorded in Mexico, directed by Antonio Roma and produced by La Catrina Films.

Since his departure from the first edition in Spain of “Operación Triunfo” in 2001, Bisbal has forged one of the most solid careers in Spanish pop, with more than 3,500 million reproductions of all his songs, according to figures from Universal.

In his more than 20-year career, he has achieved eleven Diamond records and more than 5 million tickets sold for his more than a thousand concerts around the world on stages as important as the Royal Albert Hall, the O2 Arena in London, the Carnegie Hall, the Barclays Center in New York, the Teatro Real in Madrid or the Olympia in Paris.

David Bisbal has collaborated with artists of the stature of Alejandro Sanz, Miley Cyrus, Rocío Jurado, Rihanna, Alejandro Fernández, Marco Antonio Solís, Sebastián Yatra, Juan Luis Guerra, Luis Fonsi, Raphael, Juan Gabriel, Plácido Domingo, Aitana, TINI, Danna Paola among others.

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