Mexico City – Dominican singer Romeo Santos said in Mexico that he will seek to share his experience and voice with Mexico's Alejandro Fernandez to blend ranchera music with bachata.
The leader of the now-defunct band Aventura confessed at a press conference in the Mexican capital that his greatest "challenge" is to be able to disseminate his music and share it with other artists of different genres and countries.
"I would like to collaborate with Alejandro Fernandez to be able to mix genres. It would be interesting to mix bachata with rancheras," said the artist, adding that every day he listens to Canadian Michael Buble and Mexicans Vicente Fernandez and Juan Gabriel.
Santos is in Mexico City to promote his new solo album "Formula Vol. 1," which includes collaborations with well-known artists like Mexico's Mario Domm from the group Camila; Spaniards La Mala Rodriguez and Tomati, and the urban singers Usher, Lil Wayne and Pitbull.
The artist expressed his desire to bring his culture and music to the entire world and said he was ready push forward as a soloist to "conquer" hearts and the European and Asian markets.
"Formula Vol. 1" was released internationally on Nov. 8 and the song he performs with Usher, "Promised," the album's first single, is currently at the top of the pop charts.