Sie7e promises fresh sound in new single

The man behind the catchy, happy and popular tune “Tengo Tu Love” is counting down the days to release his new track, which he describes…

Puerto Rican reggae singer Sie7e prepares to release new single “Tocando el Cielo.” (Photo: Facebook/@sie7emusic)

The man behind the catchy, happy and popular tune “Tengo Tu Love” is counting down the days to release his new track, which he describes as a fresh and different sound, compared to his prior work.

David Rodriguez Labault, better known as Sie7e, will soon be back on the radio with his new single “Tocando El Cielo” (Touching The Sky).

Sie7e is a Puerto Rican singer.

Puerto Rican singer Sie7e became popular with his song “Tengo tu Love.” (Photo: Courtesy/WarnerMusicLatina)

The puerto rican singer chose July 7th for the release of his track which will make its way around Puerto Rico, U.S., and Latin America.

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For the past year he has been immersed in a studio completing a new album and writing songs.

The singer said that in “Tocando el Cielo” we will hear something new from him but will still give off his feel good sound.

“I feel more mature and I am happy with the final product,” said Sie7e in a statement.

“This track has allowed me to travel to Los Angeles and collaborate with Jeeve, Marrero, Shane y Phillip Lawrence, who works with Bruno Mars.”

With the help of his colleagues, Sie7e was able to find a music side of himself that he did not know existed.

“It was a musical exploration in which I participated in everything like production, guitar… it was like school,” he said.

Sie7e promotes new song on social media.

Sie7e counts down for “Tocando el Cielo” on Thursday, June 26th. (Photo: Facebook/@sie7emusic)

Having studied sound engineering and also working in advertising, Sie7e hase been devoted to music since 2005.

He released his first album in 2006, which followed with two studio-albums in 2008 and 2011.

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The 36-year-old, who captivated music charts with his hit “Tengo Tu Amor,” won the Latin GRAMMY for Best New Artist in 2011.

“Tocando el Cielo” will be available for purchase after July 7.