Support our efforts, sign up to a full membership!
(Start for free)
Register or login with just your e-mail address
Latin 24/02/2021

Juan Pablo Di Pace Releases New Single Te Senti'

Juan Pablo Di Pace Releases New Single Te Senti'

Our news in your mail

* indicates required
News frequency *


New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Quarantine has not slowed down triple threat Juan Pablo Di Pace. While much of Hollywood and production has been shut down, Di Pace starred in Paramount's LGBTQ holiday movie "Dashing in December" and used the rest of his time to focus on one of his first loves-his music. In January, Di Pace released his first single from an upcoming EP, "Fall on Me," written by Jeffrey James and Justin Halpin. Now Di Pace is gearing up to release his first Spanish-song, "Te Senti."

Although Argentine-born Di Pace has not recorded in Spanish before, "Te Senti" is an artistic and cultural ingress into the stories that are close to his heart. "In working on my new EP," Di Pace explained, "it needed to have music that spoke to an international audience, "Te Sentí" is a love letter to my Spanish roots and the flamenco sounds that get under your skin pretty deep."

"Te Senti" was written by Di Pace and Latin Grammy winner Paulina Aguirre. "It's important for me to showcase a strong musical style and stories that are honest and truthful to whatever is going on in my life at the time... With "Te Sentí," I was inspired by the feeling of losing someone, and that immobilizing pain you feel when you know it just cannot be." Once the song was finished, Di Pace visited his parents in Madrid and upon meeting Flamenco musician Tito Losada and his sons via a watsapp introduction, "Te Senti" evolved from a pop ballad into a dynamic fusion between authentic flamenco and adult contemporary sound.

The song will be released internationally on all digital platforms on February 26, 2021 along with a music video with a cinematic production that narrates a love story between two men and a woman, within the stylish framework of a flamenco community. The video was co-directed by Juan Pablo and director Manolo Pavón -who is also Oscar winner Pedro Almodóvar's on-set photographer- starring flamenco dancers Pablo Fraile and Sara Rosado. Spanish legend Tito Losada and sons, Luky and Ivan Losada, also appear

Being also part of the LGBT community, Juan Pablo Di Pace, decided to showcase an inclusive love story through a subtle and respectful lens in the video. "I consider myself a storyteller first, in fact, whether I am directing, singing or acting, it is always about the story first... And this video is definitely my ode to those who simply live in the grey areas in matters of the heart." Juan Pablo is involved in every aspect of his releases, having directed seven music vdeos and six short films, writing and co-producing on most of his tracks.

"Te Sentí" is also part of the upcoming EP, "Vascular" which is planned to be released mid-2021. "Te Senti" will be released on February 26, 2021 and is available now for pre-order on iTunes.






Most read news of the week
Back After 25 Years! Rockers Blu Bones Release Comeback Single "She's Got A Way With Love"
Deon Kipping "God Is Working" Trending At Gospel Radio, Launches Record Label The Underestimated Group
Hip-Hop Icon Nelly Releases His 20th Anniversary Live Performance Of 'Country Grammar' In Its Entirety
Jordan Davis Releases New Music Video "Almost Maybes" Featuring Hannah Brown
Kendra Erika's Recent Single "Avalanche" Has Been Chosen As A Finalist In The Palm Beach International Music Awards For Best Pop Song!
Yo-Υo Ma & Kathryn Stott Release "Υou'll Never Walk Alone" To Support Musicians In Need
Faith Media Distribution To Release 'Dutch,' An Urban Literature Cult Classic By Teri Woods In Select Theaters Nationwide On March 12, 2021
Lainey Wilson's Sayin' What I'm Thinkin' Now Available
James Newman Will Return To Represent The UK In The Eurovision Song Contest 2021


© 2001-2021
top40-charts.com (S4)
about | advertise | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.0106111 secs // 4 () queries in 0.0098750591278076 secs