Music Industry News Network [01-22-2018]
Don Dawil's Valentine's Day Debut Latin Single "Necesito Verte"
01/21/2018 - San Diego, CA- "Necesito Verte," on sale February 14th in time for Valentine's Day, breathes fresh air into Latin Pop music. Don Dawil, it's performer, writer, and producer, delivers lyrics that are thoughtful and personal. It's introduction with smooth piano and lush, airy pads, clears the air for the listener and allows you to envision the song's lyrics. It's a song about being distant but loving strongly, it's about longing to be with someone you love.
If you've ever woken up one day and the first thing that you've desired is to see someone who you haven't seen for along time, this song is about you. If you've ever hesitated to answer your calls because the distance between you and the person on the other side has become such a wall, this song is for you.
This song will make you pick-up the phone and call your mom.
Don Dawil, who currently serves in the U.S. Military, would know such a feeling. He was born in Santiago, Dominican Republic but has lived in the U.S. since he was 13. He has been singing and performing for many years and has entered the world of song and is here to stay. This is a personal song that connects with listeners that have ever been apart from loved ones or that long to be with the one they love. This is a dreamy song about needing to communicate with a special someone.
It's sound is mysterious but it's lyrics are revealing. It's like a ballad put to a Latin, Tropical mix. It's sound is reminiscent of slow Merengues from the 80's and 90's but with the style of Latin Pop today.
Don Dawil, is an Urban Latino artist that generally performs in the style of Reggaeton and Hip-Hop, but make no mistake ladies and gentleman, this man can write a lasting pop song.
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