Romeo Santos: I owe it to Anthony Santos
The admiration that Romeo Santos feels for Anthony Santos, his “musical father” is no secret, so the singer does not miss any opportunity to highlight how grateful he is to “El Mayimbe”.
“YOr I asked Anthony Santos, let’s put a number, maybe 50 favors, Anthony did me 48. So, when I told him to come to Utopia he couldn’t for personal reasons, but I owe it to Anthony SantosIn this way, the ‘King of Bachata’ answered the question posed by Priya Frank about why Anthony was not on Romeo’s album.
“Anthony my father is artistic speaking”Romeo confirmed.
And this is not the first time that Albatero expresses himself in this way for “Pachati”, with which he recorded several songs.
The artist who recently won the Great Sovereign Award, today presents the premiere of the concert “Utopia Live from MetLife Stadium”, the documentary film “The King of Bachata”, and as part of those events he was interviewed by broadcaster Brea Frank
Romeo Santos: Utopia Live from MetLife Stadium focuses on the singer’s performance, on September 21, 2019, at the multi-sport stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where he broke the attendance record. There he met, for the first time live, all the legendary Albatero with whom he collaborated on his album Utopia (2019).
Meanwhile, the documentary Romeo Santos: The King of Bachata fuses the genre’s history with Romeo’s musical heritage. The cameras follow fellow countryman The Kid Mero, who chronicles the rise of the genre, marginalized from rural areas of the Dominican Republic, toward international recognition.
It also includes Romeo’s country tour, in his “People’s Tour” in which he gave free performances in different provinces of the country that he had never had a concert before. He also shows his creative process behind the scenes to viewers while working in the recording studio.
Feature films feature appearances: Aventura, Cardi B, Daddy Yankee, El Chaval De La Bachata, Elvis Martínez, Emilio Estefan, Frank Reyes, Joe Veras, Kiko Rodríguez, Luis Vargas, Marc Anthony, Monchy & Alexandra, Raulín Rodríguez, and Sergio Mendes and and Tommy Mottola and Zacharia Ferreira among others.
Documentaries are mainly developed in Spanish with subtitles in English and Spanish. This project is the first to be undertaken by Chimby Productions’ new film division, Romeo Santos’ production house.