Christian Daniel is preparing to take his show on the road in hopes of becoming the next best thing in Latin American music…
The 28-year-old Puerto Rican singer will be heading to Colombia later this month to perform in cities like Bogota, Cali, Bucaramanga, Barranquilla and Cartagena. He’ll then make his way to Venezuela for more appearances.
Daniel secured the chance to perform in the South American countries thanks in part to the success of his song “Un pedacito de cielo,” from his latest album Todo lo que tengo.
“Since I came out with ‘Un pedacito de cielo’ I knew that this song would be a Latin American success,” said Daniel, who launched his professional career at 17 when he recorded his first demo with veteran backup singer and vocal coach Socky Torres. “The expectations in Colombia are pretty high.”
The musician credits the popularity of his latest single, written by Kany Garcia, to “its melody and catchy rhythm” prepared by Colombian musical producer Andres Castro.
Daniel’s follow-up to his successful self-titled debut album, Todo lo que tengo, was recently released.