Caribbean singer-songwriter and producer Luigui Bleand, born as Luis Alfredo Silverio Esmanier, shares new details about his forthcoming album Pandora. The Dominican-Haitian artist, who had last released the singles “Besame La Boca” with Baby Blue and “Lo’ Prieto” with Musicologo The Libro, also hints at collaborations with renowned industry names such as Chris Brown and La Perversa.
Speaking of Pandora, Luigui Bleand says: “This new record comes with a new mainstream color of the Pop industry. In the last three years what we’ve done is study Luigui Bleand’s audience and what kind of music he should emit to his audience. The mainstream industry is one of the best targets that can identify my voice. I’ve decided to use new colors and genres like Pop Funk, Pop Disco, Hip Hop, Rap, Trap, Trap Disco, Reggae and many more.”
Bleand explains that the reason people have connected with his music, especially with tracks such as “Lo’ Prieto,” is because of “the connection between the culture, the isle, and the Caribbean. That might be the “recipe” for the results of this song: the cultural connection of the Dominican Republic.” He adds that the song is “a new sound, and a new essence of what the mainstream urban world is.”
Listen to “Lo’ Prieto” here: