Popular Puerto Rican salsa performer Victor Manuelle paid a cultural visit to Cuba over the weekend, when he spoke with various Cuban artists he plans to cooperate with in the future.
During his stay in this capital the musician spoke with maestro Adalberto Álvarez, singer Paulo FG and young interpreter Laritza Bacallao who
popularized on the Island the song Que suenen los tambores, a piece internationalized by the Puerto Rican artist in the homonymous CD, released last year.
It has been a very nice experience that has allowed me to share with musicians of this country I respect so much, he pointed out.
Victor Manuelle, popular for titles such as Hay que poner el alma and Dile a ella, announced that he would like to perform in Cuba and that he hopes to record in the near future a few songs with Cuban colleagues with whom he has already talked about future projects.
As part of his stay in Havana, he visited the set of the television program Sonando en Cuba, where he spoke with young contestants. (ACN)