The artist Mozart La Para, who is considered one of the most important exponents of urban music in the Dominican Republic, premiered “No Le Vamo’ A Bajar”, a mix of dembow, soca and bachata, three musical genres with which he feels identified and that he wanted to combine in this theme to give this song a unique touch.
The Dominican artist has been promoting this single in the main media outlets in the United States, after presenting it exclusively on the renowned morning show Despierta América on the Univision network, where he shared a set with the famous Dominican actress Zoe Saldaña from Avatar, Mozart La Para visited other media among which it is worth highlighting El Zol 106.7 FM and the interview with Carolina Sandoval “La Venenosa”. The artist also made a TikTok Live prior to the launch in which thousands of people connected.
Mozart La Para was also present at the central ceremony of the Monitor Latino Music Awards where he performed live “No Le Vamo ‘A Bajar”, a song that he also performed live in several other cities in Florida and Maryland.
The public has taken this single with great acceptance. Just ten days after the official video was released, it already has more than 700,000 views on its YouTube channel, receiving very positive comments.
“No Le Vamo ‘A Bajar” was recorded in the city of Santo Domingo, under the production of La Nota Fantástica, a renowned producer friend of his with whom he worked for the first time. The video clip was recorded in the Haina sector in the Dominican Republic under the direction of Labor Graph, a young director with whom Mozart La Para worked on his videos “La Sombra”, “Mi Loca”, a song he did with Gente De Zona and “ Ahí Viene La Loca”, which he presented together with Bulin 47. “The idea of this video is to get people to enjoy themselves, to dance. It is an organic video in which they wanted to project the simplicity of the town on any given day of partying and fun”, stated Mozart La Para.
With “No Le Vamo’ A Bajar” the Dominican artist closes a successful 2022 full of music and recognition. By 2023, Mozart La Para affirms: “I will continue working with God ahead without stopping to bring more music and joy to my audience.”