Ratings and Reviews
Miss Sunshine 928
Your music never disappoints! Love your duets! Keep up the great work and I am looking forward to more of your music! Xo Lourdes
Domenic Marte Featung Luz Rios " Muero De Celos' review by Eddie Rodriguez (Manager) Domenic Marte
Eddie Rodriguez - Manager
Domenic Marte once again brings another HOT Bachata Duet to the airwaves on radio. After coming off his first single Horoscopo off his new album coming soon Entitled "La Voz/ The Voice" that did very well on the Tropical Billboard Charts peeking at number # 5. Domenic Marte is now bringing new flavor once again when it comes to doing Bachata Duets for his fans and radio all over the world. This time he does his Duet with Luz Rios who is a Mexican singer and songwriter. Luz Rios recieved world wide recognition with her 4th album release "Aire" Featuring the hit single "Aire" . The song featured a Duet with Mexican icon John Sabastian. The album gained Luz Rios Nominations in the Latin Grammys for "Best New Artist" "Best Female Pop Vocal". Nominations in Billboard "Hot Latin Song Of The Year". When you combine 2 great voices Domenic Marte and Luz Rios together in a Duet the combination will be extremely fascinating when you hear these 2 great talented singers singing together. "Muero De Celos" is doing great on Tropical Radio right now and we give thanks to all our fans, DJ's, and Program Directors who believed in this song and making it into a hit on radio. We also give thanks to our Label JN Records for their continued support and work on Domenic Marte career.
Muero de celos
Love this song with Dominic marte, is a very beautiful song.,!!!!
About Domenic Marte
Domenic Marte is a stateside bachata singer, songwriter, and producer with a light pop touch who made his solo debut in 2004 on Sony Discos and who has a number of tropical airplay hits to his credit. Based in Massachusetts and of Dominican heritage, Marte released his full-length album debut, Intimamente, in 2004 under the abbreviated name Domenic M (he would use his full name thereafter). The album spawned a series of hits, beginning with "Ven Tú," a Top Ten hit on Billboard's Latin Tropical Airplay chart; follow-up singles "Ella Se Llevó Mi Vida" and "La Quiero" also registered on the tropical airplay chart, going Top 20 and Top 40, respectively. Around the same time, Marte was featured on a couple songs on fellow Massachusetts singer Bylli Crayone's 2005 self-titled album, most notably the song "Toyfriend." In 2007 Marte released his second album, Deseos de Amarte, which, similar to its predecessor, spawned a Top Ten tropical airplay hit in the title track and a modest follow-up hit, "Con los Ojos Cerrados." ~ Jason Birchmeier