Ramón Orlando understands that urban people are not making music, but entertainment. The musician, producer and composer argued that the world is bad and full of problems, so that people today what they are looking for is how to entertain themselves and that is why many have gone to listen to those songs produced by urbanites.
During his participation in the program “El Super Meridiano”, which is broadcast on Supercanal, Orlando argued that urban lyrics are full of violence, bad words and always inciting the consumption of controlled substances.
“They have tried to change, but the world is bad and when they want, things don’t work. Imagine my son, a musician from the National Conservatory tells me that the biggest success right now is This you don’t know where you’re going to end up, ”said Orlando.
The Super Meridian celebrated its first month on the air last Friday, it airs from Monday to Friday from 12 noon to 2 in the afternoon on Supercanal 33 for the Dominican Republic and The Caribbean Signal for the United States and Puerto Rico.
“El Súper Meridiano” is led by Domingo Bautista at the helm, accompanied by Arisleyda Villalona La Condesa, Jenn Quezada, Mister Mambru, Ingrid Jorge, Liliam Bobadilla and Veronica Batista complete the talent staff.
The executive producers are businessman Carlos Bautista and Inversiones El Millón, and as general producer Ramsés Peralta.