He’s a rising star in the world of Latin music… And Kingnaldo’s next project could see his career blow up even more…
The Puerto Rican rockero, whose real name is Reynaldo Serrano Lima, is following up his critically acclaimed 2009 debut with a new album entitled Combustible.
Kingnaldo tells Efe that his new disc “goes more directly to things that get to me” like social and human injustices, including the ones imposed by systems of government.
Kingnaldo—born and raised in the western village of San Sebastian, but currently living in Atlanta—is working with musicians like Harold Hopkins on bass and drummer Kirk Marshall, who has accompanied Snoop Dog, Nas and Jada Pinkett Smith.
To help launch his new album, Kingnaldo held a show recently that was dedicated to the 31st anniversary of the death of Puerto Rican inmate rights activist Carlos Torres Irriarte.
In February, Kingnaldo released the music video for the album’s first single “La Mujer De Mi Vida.”