Greeicy & Mike Bahia to Bring Their Successful “Amantes Tour” to United States

Greeicy is spreading the love(rs)

The 29-year-old Colombian actress and singer and her partner Mike Bahia will bring their successful Amantes Tour to the United States for the first time.

Greeicy & Mike BahiaThe 2023 North American leg of the tour, which follows its successful trek across Latin America in 2018 and 2019, marks Greeicy’s return to the stage after giving birth to her first child, KAI, in April 2022.

If the official poster is any indication, the couple also plans to bring their son on tour with them.

In addition to each artist performing their biggest hits, they’ll also join forces to sing their beloved collaborations, including “Att: Amor,” “Esta Noche,” and “Amantes,” to name a few.

Presented by Loud and Live, Greeicy and Bahia — who have been in a relationship since 2010 — will visit eight cities in the U.S., kicking off on February 23 at the Colden Auditorium in New York, and wrapping on March 5 at The Novo in Los Angeles.

The couple will also visit select cities including Miami and Houston. Prior to visiting the U.S., the tour will make stops in countries like Bolivia, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru, and Venezuela, among others.

Tickets for the Amantes U.S. Tour go on sale on Friday, October 28, via Pre-sale tickets for American Express cardholders are available now, and pre-sale to the artists’ fan clubs will be available on Thursday, October 27.

Here are the concert dates:

February 23, 2023 – New York, NY @ Colden Auditorium
February 24, 2023 – Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live Orlando
February 25, 2023 – Miami, FL @ James L. Knight Center
February 26, 2023 – Washington, D.C. @ Capital One Hall
March 2, 2023 – Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theater Dallas
March 3, 2023 – Houston, TX @ Arena Theatre
March 4, 2023 – Chicago, IL @ Copernicus Theater
March 5, 2023 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Novo

Yahritza y Su Esencia Release Second Single “Esta Noche”

It’s a big night for Yahritza Martinez

The 15-year-old Mexican-American singer and her band have released their second single “Esta Noche” via Lumbre Music.

Yahritza y Su Esencia, Esta NocheSimilar to their debut hit “Soy El Unico,” the new Yahritza y Su Esencia track is a somber sierreño single with simple-yet-captivating requintos backing Yahritza’s mature power vocals.

“Esta Noche,” which forms part of the group’s upcoming Obsessed EP, tells the story of a person who just met someone and is already infatuated.

“I know we just met, my love, but I want to spend tonight with you/ I know I’m not in my six senses right now/ You took one of them and they were my feelings,” Yahritza sings to kick off the sincere track.

The music video was filmed by Jaime Aquino in Florida, and marks the first part of a five-part production (the “Soy El Unico” video was part three).

Following its release, “Esta Noche” appeared on YouTube’s trending music page.

De La Ghetto Appears on Dillon Francis’ Spanish-Heavy Album “Wut Wut”

De La Ghetto is joining voices with Dillon Francis

The Puerto Rican and Dominican American singer and songwriter, whose real name is Rafael Castillo, appears on the cross-genre electronic producer and DJ’s bilingual, Spanish-heavy full album.

De La Ghetto & Dillon Francis

Francis’ Wut Wutfeatures 11 tracks of Latin in a spectrum of pop palettes, and much like an actual trip to Latin America, it highlights the diversity of the culture within a variety of styles and feelings sure to entertain fans of dance-pop and Latin music alike.

It opens with self-awareness on previously-released single “White Boi.” The song features Colombia’s Lao Ratalking about how she fell in love for this Caucasian dude, and Francis hopes the Spanish-speaking masses will follow suit with the rest of his release.

It continues with a mysterious big of magic on “Esta Noche” with Ximena Sariñana. Francis then puts extra funk on the R&B groove of “No Pare” feat. Yashua from the Dominican Republic, turns up the tropical heat on “Sexo” with Residente and iLe, and hits electric urban notes on “Never Let You Go” that’ll have you calling De La Ghetto Puerto Rico’s answer to The Weeknd.

If you’re looking for something romantic, give “We The Funk” with Fuego a spin. If you want wild-n-crazy classic Francis, head straight to “Look At That Butt” with Jarina De Marco. “Cuando” with noted madman Happy Colors is equally bold with banging bass lines. Things stay heavy with “Ven” feat. Arcángel and Quimico Ultra Mega, get twisted on booty banger “BaBaBa” with Young Ash, and finishes with quite the flourish on horn-heavy “Get It Get It.”

It’s a great mix of Francis’ dance-pop style and Latin rhythms. It’s multi-lingual and certainly influenced by a variety of tempos and feels. It definitely has more of a central character than its predecessor Money Sucks, Friends Rulewhich the producer himself admitted was kind of all over the place. Wut Wut, in that way, it’s very much a matured sound for the producer, but don’t worry, Francis fans. Mostly, it’s just fun.