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Domino Saints / Press

“Desde Puerto Rico Domino Saints trae su Pop Urbano a Miam1.”


“Exclusiva: Domino Saints Spill Details About Winning ‘El Headliner’ By Michael Lopez It’s hard to find a musical duo quite like Domino Saints. Comprised of Giselle Ojeda and David Leal, these Puerto Rican powerhouses mix elements of reggae, pop, and dancehall into their inventive tracks and have captured the attention of radio outlets across the U.S. They’ve also caught the attention of the El Headliner voters, who’ve crowned them the September champs. From there, Domino Saints was born. Starting in 2007, the duo began a string of well-received live shows and two years later they released their self-titled debut. An instant hit out of the gate, the first Domino album featured “Buenos Días San Juan,” which won the 2009 Billboard World Song Contest. “We consider our music Latin urban pop,” Giselle said. “We have a pop side to our melodies and always add rap and dancehall elements to the songs. On top of that, you’ll regularly hear Latin rhythms, electronica, and”

“ESPN's featured music for May”

“Domino Saints Take El Headliner In September September came and went, but it brought our newest El Headliner winner, Domino Saints. The male/female duo crafted a little tune called “No Me Digas Que No” that danced all the way to Number 1 in the Tr3s Latin Music Channel! Hailing from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Giselle Ojeda and David Leal fuse together musical genres such as dancehall, bomba and reggae to create their unique sound. Winning this competition not only gives Domino Saints the title of El Headliner, but also scores them features on Blogamole, Free Latin Music, Lo Que Te Pica and Music Me Guey.”

“Domino Saints Discuss El Headliner Win And Plans For Their Music. By Ikam Acosta I recently had the chance to talk to the sensational duo Domino Saints about them winning Tr3s‘ El Headliner competition and upcoming plans for their musical career. The duo is comprised of Giselle Ojeda and David Leal, and their winning song was ‘No Me Digas Que No’ which became a huge hit. Domino Saints describes themselves as an eclectic mix of several genres. They said, “We’ve always been a fan of fusion. You know, doing different things, not sticking to the same genre. People like it when we do more unique things, so it pushes us more to do the stranger-less-mainstream things for our listeners.” As far as band names go, this is certainly original. Domino Saints wanted to have a name with some Caribbean flavor that still encompassed what they were all about. They wanted the band’s name to be a fusion or a metaphor of what they stood for, and their culture stood for...”