Wesly Tones redefines Latin urban music

Wesly Tones is part of the new wave of artists who are redefining Latin urban music. The musician is ready to share with the world his catchy and upbeat music released…
Wesly Tones redefines Latin urban music

Latin Urban artist Wesly Tones talked to VOXXI about his new single “Los Gatos,” which he promises will keep you dancing all night long.  (Facebook: Wesly Tones )

Wesly Tones is part of the new wave of artists who are redefining Latin urban music. The musician is ready to share with the world his catchy and upbeat music released on his new album “La Profecia.”

The Puerto Rican artist shared with VOXXI that he would love to collaborate with artists who have different styles such as Enrique Iglesias, Shakira, Pitbull. He also emphasized he’s not afraid of experimenting with new rhythms.

“I ‘d like to collaborate with these artists because they have multifaceted techniques, and I relate to that.” tones said.

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Born in La Isla del Encanto, Tones has been surrounded by music his entire life. He wrote his first song when he was 12, and his family was always involved with the music industry because his dad was a member of the recognized orchestra “Costa Brava” on the island.

The key to his musical success is incorporating diverse rhythms hat he grew up listening to but always keeping a focus on a dance beat: “I’m Puerto Rican so I’m influence by salsa, merengue and reggaeton.”

“Los gatos,” is the second single from his album “La Profecía,” that will be released soon. The video was filmed in Miami with superstar artist and music producer Maffio. With someone like Maffio behind it, Wesly Tones promises that his fans won’t be able to sit still in one place with his new creation.

Tones confesses he’s not afraid to push the limits of transformation in the future.

“I’m ready to create a little bit of everything. I’ll love to produce new music, to test myself and make new songs.”

His previous single “De Cabeza” reached number 10 on the “Billboard Tropical Airplay” chart, and the song remained in that category for seven consecutive weeks.

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