Tony de la Vega will return to the reggaeton of yesteryear with current overtones and arrangements

  • De la Vega will arrive with new fusions and musical mixes along with dance

The Mexican singer-songwriter with an elegant, deep, fresh style and modern overtones in urban flamenco and salsa, Tony de la Vega talks about his new single “Enloquecido” which will be a return to old reggaetón, with certain overtones and musical arrangements of current reggaetón , something more urban, that talks about love and desire, also fun and falling in love. “It’s something to dance to at a party.”

Of his other projects, he commented “a lot of new music, a new album, new fusions and musical mixes along with dance, that is, something more complete, singing and dancing.”

When asked: Who are your favorite singers? And because? “I have many from many genres, but those that also influenced a lot as inspiration for making music, like Israel Fernández, Camarón de la Isla, Miguel Poveda, Arcángel (In flamenco).”

“Víctor Manuelle, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Oscar de León, Norberto Vélez (Salsa). And in the Urban genre, José Rey, Don Omar, Ryan Castro, Camilo, Yandel, among many more that I like.” “They are artists who have a peculiar way of treating music, and that’s what I like.”

About his career and his influence on flamenco, Tony said that from a very young age he began to dance, after dance and singing courses, he began dancing jazz, hip-hop, and more modern genres, and at the age of 11 his mother instilled in him love and passion. of flamenco.

“I had the opportunity to meet and prepare in a more professional way with great flamenco dancers, dancers and musicians, such as teacher Lina Ravines (Dancer and Singer), Miguel Fernandez Rivas “El Yiyo” (Dancer), Gerardo Amézquita “El Carrizo” ” (Guitarist) and José Díaz “El Cachito” (Singer)”.

“At the age of 16 I performed my first show as a solo dancer in the company of professional flamenco artists from CDMX. At that time I had not yet launched myself as a singer, but I already had a taste for music in all aspects, both dance and of singing.” “From there I started doing pure flamenco events, working with more local artists from Pachuca Hidalgo.”

When talking about the difficulties he has encountered along the way and how you have resolved them, the musician revealed “The difficulties are many closed doors, the lack of support, since I started with the flamenco part, and it is a genre that is not very consumed here in Pachuca, therefore as it is a genre that people do not fully know, they do not understand and appreciate the part of art in the genre, therefore many people have not believed in what I do, I have faced to many people saying that it is not something that impacts, something that is boring or that it is something without much importance.”

“The only way I have solved them is by believing in myself more and continuing, knocking on more doors, seeking support for independent talents. Organizations, groups, acquaintances and friends who have guided me and taking all the opportunities that arise, no matter how small or big.”

Finally, De la Vega advises people who want to follow in his footsteps to define their personality and essence as an artist well, in order to connect more quickly with the audience.