Nazario Releases Video for “Soy Tuya,” Dedicated to Her Native Puerto Rico

Ednita Nazario is celebrating La Isla del Encanto

The 61-year-old Puerto Rican singer-songwriter has released her new single “Soy Tuya,” which she dedicated to Puerto Rico’s baseball team.

Ednita Nazario

Nazario premiered the song in her social media, along with an emotive lyric video.

The clip shows the beautiful island scenery and great achievements of different personalities like Zuleyka Rivera winning the Miss Universe crown, boxer Tito Trinidad, tennis player Monica Puig winning the gold medal in the 2016 Olympic Games and, of course, the Puerto Rico baseball team during the World Baseball Classic 2017.

“Seeing my country, Puerto Rico, united is the greatest joy that I can feel, she wrote, adding: “Thank you for giving the best of you and we will continue to do the same: give ourselves in body and soul to a productive and positive life for ours and for everyone.”

This year, Puerto Rico’s team made its presence felt after reaching the finals without losing a game and uniting an entire country. They also generated a polemic movement: all the players decided during the series to dye their hair blond, immediately going viral. From young people to singers like Victor Manuelle, Ken-Y and Wisin (with a wig) also joined the movement and went blond.

Ken-Y’s “Sentirte Mia” Reaches No. 1 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay Chart

The first time’s the charm for Ken-Y

The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, whose real name is Kenny Vázquez, has reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay chart with his debut single as a solo artist.

Ken-Y

Ken-Y’s “Sentirte Mia” climbs 3-1 to displace Victor Manuelle’s No. 1 run on the Tropical Airplay chart.

A 42 percent increase in spins earns the track Greatest Gainer honors at the format.

With the rise marking his first unaccompanied No. 1, he adds to his tally of two chart-toppers as part of the duo RKM & Ken-Y.  The Grammy-nominated reggaeton duo reached the chart’s summit with “Down” in 2006 followed by “Te Regalo Amores” in 2009, where each spent a week at No. 1.

The duo split in 2013 to pursue solo endeavors. Ken-Y is currently prepping his debut solo set The King of Romanceexpected for release in the spring 2015.