Danny Ocean: “I want to write things that people think and don’t say”

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WECB Global Show has had this week Danny Ocean as an artist Star 40. Taking advantage of the release of his latest single, Don’t fall in love with him, Tony Aguilar has interviewed the Venezuelan singer and composer about the latest news in his discography, but he has also remembered some happy moments from the last two years. Don’t miss this interview!

Your new single

Don’t fall in love with him It’s two years old, this is like the seventh version of the song. I’m in a more personal stage. I want to write things that people think and don’t say. “I’m in a very electronic stage.”

Her song Elena Rose

“It’s a very nostalgic song. We wanted to see our experience in Caracas. The artists who have left Venezuela are getting to know each other, sharing a lot and Caracas in 2000 It is a great example of being able to unite and put our culture out there.“.

Danny Ocean at the Latin Grammys 2023

Danny Ocean at the Latin Grammys 2023 / Juan Naharro Gimenez

What you like about Spain

“The tour in Latin America was divine and we did many festivals in Spain. This year was full of dates and I am ready to rest. There were 230 dates over two years. There were many places that I did not know. I had the opportunity to tour Spain and see many sites. We did WiZink in Madrid and then we did Sant Jordi in Barcelona and I loved the energy. There were many countrymen and many Spaniards. I loved”.

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