The tracklist and featuring of Bendicion, Boro’s first album


The tracklist and featuring of Bendicion, Boro’s first album

Boro Boro is no longer Boro Boro, it’s Boro and that’s it and he’s ready to release his first album. The title is Bendicion and it will be released on Friday (January 19). 15 tracks, many of which have already been released, and the participation of Geolier, Fred De Palma, MamboLosco, VillaBanks – the international stars Elettra Lamborghini and Oriana; while the productions are by Cocobeats, Andry The Hitmaker, Timongothekeys, Greg Willen, JVLI, ITACA, Andre Camilo, Elvis Crespo, Don Joe.

In the past few hours, Boro has published a spoiler of one of the tracks from the album, Cocaina, on his social media profiles.


1. Everyday
2. Cheerleader feat. MamboLosco
3. Cocaine
4. Bugatti feat. Fred De Palma
5. Tu Lo Sai feat. Villabanks
6. Dark Van
7. Bendicion
8.Cadillac feat. Artie 5ive
9. Delincuente feat. Elettra Lamborghini
10. Coco Chanel feat. Oriana
11. Oh Mama
12. Nena feat. Geolier
13. Rompo feat. Villabanks
14. Suavemente feat Soolking
15. Slow feat. MamboLosco

The impression is that, in order to have Boro make a record, they put in tracks that had already been released and had been released for some time, like Lento with Mambolosco, just to have some guaranteed numbers, but this is not what it should be the first album by an artist, who has also been on the scene for a few years. More than a record it seems like a jumble of singles put there to make up the numbers and create a project.


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