‘Livin’ la vida loca’, success of Ricky Martin, is considered a treasure in the US

Since 1999, Ricky Martin He established himself as a world star with one of his greatest hits: Livin’ la vida loca, a song that is already considered a treasure in the history of the United States.

The National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress of the United States reported that the song is one of 25 audio treasures “worthy of preservation for all time, based on its cultural, historical or aesthetic importance in the recorded sound heritage of the nation”.

Through a statement released by the author of the hit, Draco Rosa (who wrote it with Desmond Child), Ricky Martin’s statements about the song were released. The Puerto Rican star has said that it is “an honor to be linked to this song that has an important page in the history of music, because it was part of the first album recorded entirely digitally and it was also my first production in English. subject for history and I am honored that he is receiving this recognition.”

“It’s a very powerful song that represents the fusion of Latin pop,” said the artist.

For his part, Draco Rosa expressed that he feels honored and moved by the recognition of his theme, among more than a thousand nominations for other songs.