Gabriel Pagán bets on urban music in a new song


With more than a decade of artistic career, the Dominican singer-songwriter and music producer Gabriel Pagán brings us his new single called “No pasa de moda” which is now available on all digital platforms.

This song full of romanticism, but with a very modern sound, is a true reflection of his musical evolution and the great moment he is going through with his new record label Top Stop Music, with which he will reaffirm his international projection.

“We are very happy to have been able to sign Gabriel Pagan at Top Stop Music, he is an extremely well-rounded singer-songwriter who not only composes, but also produces his own music for the most part. Gabriel has worked tirelessly to get to where he is in his career, with our efforts he will be able to reach the next level of success.” -Top Stop Music

The singer-songwriter who has stood out for his tropical fusions was nominated for the Latin Grammy® in the ‘Tropical Album of the Year’ category in 2017. Likewise, he has been a standard bearer for the new generation and defender of the merengue genre with which he has achieved being nominated six times for the Heat Awards and winner four times out of 12 nominations at the Soberano Awards in his native Dominican Republic.

“Music has the power to move us and my new single represents the emotions and experiences we all share. I’m excited to share my latest creation with the world and I hope it resonates with listeners as much as it does me.” – Gabriel Pagan.

With his album “Morisoñando Vol.7” he paid tribute to the great interpreters of merengue such as Olga Tañón, Johnny Ventura, Fernando Villalona, ​​Sergio Vargas, Jossie Esteban, Eddy Herrera and Los Hermanos Rosario to name a few. Album with which he made an extensive musical tour of his country and managed to fill important audiences.

In 2020, Gabriel Pagán released his fourth production “Made In RD” in times of the pandemic and its seven songs became an invitation to enjoy small moments and celebrate love and life. At that time, by the hand of his wife, Oriana Lucas, also an interpreter, they composed and recorded a song for him, to the rhythm of reggae, dedicated to his son Rio, born during the quarantine and which they titled in the same way. “River.

At this moment, Gabriel begins a new era in his artistic career as a producer, composer and singer with Top Stop Music.

Source-www.diariolibre.com