Aleixer Conil mixes Salsa and Reggaeton in his new single “Biles Na Ma”

Aleixer Conil mixes Salsa and Reggaeton in his new single “Biles Na Ma”

When you first hear award-winning Cuban salsero Alexeir Conill’s catchy new single, “Biles Na Ma,” you won’t be able to fight the urge to get up and dance. In addition to the fact that this new single from Conill alludes to a very popular topic after the pandemic, which is the urgency of paying bills or “Biles”, and it stands out even more with the colorful lyrics that refer to the lover who only he wants it so he can pay his bills. Oh!

Biles Na Ma” stands out for its powerful variety of salsa and reggaeton rhythms that quickly spread with powerful lyrics. Not surprising considering that it was developed in collaboration with some of the best and most prominent musicians in the Latin music industry, friends of Conill in his extensive career as a showman.

Biles Na Ma,” the first single from Conill’s forthcoming 9-track album “Solo Mejor,” brings together award-winning music industry figures including two-time Grammy Award-winning, 12-time producer, songwriter and pianist Marlow Rosado. , to the ultra-talented trumpeter Eddy de Armas. Jr., a favorite of salsa superstar Willy Chirino, and popular Cuban singer Yanet “Trueno” Aguilera, best known for her viral performance with singers Baby Lores, Insurrecto, Descemer Bueno, El Uniko and Eddy K, on ​​the hit song, “Libertad y Amen”.

Conill’s illustrious career in the music industry as a showman, mastering more than 8 instruments between various percussion, piano and guitar, spans more than 30 years of experience, which has led him and his music to share the stage in countless corners of the world, including much of Europe and Latin America, positioning his memorable sounds and compositions as an international favourite.

Biles Na Ma” was inspired by the realization that life in the US is all about paying the bills. They are credit cards, electricity bills, water bills, gas bills… Everything is bills, bills, bills”, says Conill. “I wanted a song that you dedicate to those caught up in that Damn feeling, this one from “Biles na ma” while giving them something to sing, dance to. Something that would make them feel good and happy.”

Continuing with his presentations in the United States, after the success at the Calle Ocho Festival, Conill continues his rising career this time as part of the Puerto Rico parade or Puertorican Parade, on Sunday, June 12, in the city of New York, where he will carry “Biles Na Ma” and will be singing on a float from Manhattan to the Bronx.