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Aventura’s Henry Santos Preparing 2nd Solo Album

MIAMI – Singer-songwriter Henry Santos is in the middle of preparing what will be his second post-Aventura album.

In contrast to his first album, Santos is returning to his roots with the famous bachata group on the new project.

Santos, who spoke with Efe during the filming of the video for his next single “My way,” written by fellow Aventura alumnus Lenny Santos (no relation) at a South Beach mansion, is intending to release the single in January.

Henry said that his first album as a soloist – “Introducing Henry Santos” – had his “stamp” of originality and other rhythms apart from bachata.

The singer shared with Efe that he had gathered songs from other production companies and, so far, there are six songs ready that include bachata, electronic-merengue, bachata with tango, dance and others.

“I also add all the experience of ‘Mira Quien Baila,’ where I grew as a person, and I grew even as a composer because every time you bathe yourself in positive things, you grow,” he said.

Last season, Santos was the winner on the reality show “Mira Quien Baila” (Look Who’s Dancing), which airs on the Hispanic network Univision.

The show gave him the chance to learn “much more” about dance, which – he said – “I will incorporate from now on to be a more complete artist.” EFE


 

 

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