Listen to song – New York urban Latin band releases debut album
Posted by Elena del Valle on April 12, 2010
DeeGee album cover
Chester (Wilfredo Martes), LuLu (Lourdes Santiago), Papito (Juan Morales) and DeeGee (Miguel Bonilla) known collectively as DeeGee will release DeeGee, their first independent urban Latin music album next month. The first single from the album, Cavernicolas, is being played in radio stations in the United States, Costa Rica, Argentina, Colombia, Spain, Israel, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and the United Kingdom. Scroll down to listen to Cavernicolas.
Martes, a rapper, is originally from the Domincan Republic. Morales, a native of Brooklyn of Puerto Rican descent, has experience as a tropical music singer in the studio and stage. Santiago, from Puerto Rico, is a vocalist and song writer.
DeeGee (Miguel Bonilla)
Bonilla, originally from Colombia, plays piano and drums, produces, arranges, and handles synth programming for DeeGee. He studied at the Juilliard and Manhattan schools of music. According to promotional materials, in 1990, Bonilla joined the Tito Nieves Orchestra and traveled extensively. Later he was piano player for Marc Anthony’s Band for two years before working with La India. Prior to launching DeeGee’s first album he worked in music production.
Click on the play button to listen to Cavernicolas from the DeeGee album