Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Sie7e has joined the stable of artists contracted by Warner Music Latina, the record label announced.

Sie7e (Seven), whose real name is David Rodriguez, is a musician, arranger and producer whose sound is a fusion of rock, reggae, blues, flamenco and Puerto Rican folk rhythms such as the Africa-derived bomba. His lyrics are known for their social content, humor, irony and romantic themes.

Sie7e currently is promoting his third album, "Mucha cosa buena," whose first single was "Tengo tu Love."

He left behind a previous job in advertising to dedicate himself fully to music five years ago, releasing the albums "Sie7e" and "Para mi" in 2007 and 2008, respectively.

"Mucha cosa buena" is the title of one of the 10 tracks on his latest album, which also includes "El billete, "Ven, ven, ven," "Boricua en La Habana," "Silencio," "Por si las dudas" and "Te regalo una promesa."

Other top recording artists listed on Warner Music Latina include Spanish singer-songwriter Alejandro Sanz, Argentine rocker Andres Calamaro, Brazilian singer-songwriter Gilberto Gil, Spanish rockers Jarabe de Palo, Uruguayan musician and Academy Award winner Jorge Drexler, Mexican singer Luis Miguel, Mexican rock group Mana and Spanish/Italian singer-songwriter Miguel Bose.