Frankie Negrón cover for Latin Sleb Mag
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Frankie Negrón surprises again with “Desnúdate”

Por: Karen Limón

1, February, 2022 en Sleb

Salsa singer Frankie Negrón dazzles the rhythm of salsa with his new single called “Desnúdate” that is already beginning to play on tropical stations throughout the northwest and southeast of the United States.

This new song has all the signs of success of Frankie Negron that combines romantic sensuality with a hot salsa instrumentation that seduces you to grab your partner and dance.

The single was composed by Pedro Jesus, Frankie Negrón and Ray Contreras, who also participated in its production.

This catchy salsa will be noted as another triumph in the illustrious musical legacy of Frankie who in his years of career has been deserving of great awards and recognitions in the Industry.

About the artist:

Frankie Negrón, is a Latin music superstar, born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, and of Puerto Rican descent.

Since 1997, his distinctive blend of traditional salsa with progressive influences such as pop, rock, gospel, R&B and hip-hop, has garnered numerous accolades, including two Lo Nuestro Awards for “Song of the Year” and multiple GRAMMY® and Billboard Award nominations.

Negrón has had several number one singles, four gold and platinum albums and nine Billboard Top 40 Hot Latin Tracks.

Despite the many commitments of his professional life, Frankie Negron always makes time to return to his community. He is an advocate for the American Diabetes Association and the American Red Cross and uses his passion for health to raise awareness in the Latino community. Frankie is actively involved in both organizations, attending and participating in events and performing special performances.

He is also an advocate for “Colombianitos,” a Colombia-based organization that improves children’s quality of life through sports, recreation, education, and health.

“Giving back is vital for me. I’m lucky to have a career where I share my voice, but that voice can go beyond my music. I can be a voice for my community,” Frankie says.