Domino Saints are an explosive Urban/Pop duo from San Juan, Puerto Rico who have been lighting up the musical scene since 2007, thanks to their explosive performances and impressive musical fusions with Latin sounds, urban beats, and dash of electronica they have created a league apart of flavorful
Since releasing their first album in late 2009, Domino Saints were chosen as “Single of the Week” winners by iTunes Latino and "Best Latin Song" at Billboard World Song Contest with the song "Buenos Dias San Juan". The song was a hit on Puerto Rican radio stations and US Latin format stations. Shortly after, Domino Saints dominated the LAMC in New York presenting their musical vibe and visual style to a broader public that included a great deal of music industry leaders. In summer 2011 they won the award for "Best Latin Song" at the Independent Music Awards with her promotional theme "Ahora Es Ahora". They were
chosen as MTV TR3S ‘Headliner Artist of the Month’, as well as, selected for the iTunes Sampler compilation for the Voto Latino campaign with “No Me Digas Que No.” After a successful tour in Colombia, Puerto Rico and the United States in 2011 where they shared the stage with artists such as Don Omar, JBalvin, and PLAN B, they were also picked to be the exclusive opening act for Shakira concert in Puerto Rico. Soon after, the group started to attract other opportunities to spread
their music when they started picking the interest of several record labels and music executives.
In early 2012 by ways of their success in Colombia, they get the opportunity to include "Ahora Es Ahora"
for the soundtrack to the movie “180 Segundos” and are currently finishing a new track entitled "Your Kiss Takes Me Away" which will be included in director Simon Brand’s latest Hollywood movie titled "Default".
Currently, Domino Saints reached an agreement to become part of the Capitol Latin family and released their new single "Malas Mañas" and their long awaited album will be out later this year.
The song "Malas Mañas" was composed by Domino Saints and produced by the renowned urban producer, Paul "Echo" Irizarry in Puerto Rico at The Lab Studios. The talented Fernando Rodriguez shot the video between Miami and Las Vegas, which tells the story of a night of debauchery and living life to the fullest while crossing things off the bucket list of a young fan. These Saints are not the ones you read of in magazines or books, they are here to defy standards and conquer the world with their music.
Domino Saints Management: Robert Somoza
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