Nesty Is Cuba’s New Promising Artist Who’ll Have You ‘Bailando’ In No Time
Just two years after forming part of the popular Latino boy band, Grupo Treo, singer Nesty has kicked off his solo career with a promising production titled Real Boy.
The album, which launched in June, was released under Cosculluela’s record label, Rottweilas.
“This album contains 12 songs, 12 different stories with their particular sound,” he told PulsoPOP. “I am very proud of the final outcome because it’s an album with its own identity and fresh sound,” he added.
The Latin Grammy nominee, however, has been preparing his fans for his new music since mid-April after he dropped the album’s first single, Bailando.
For Nesty, forming part of the Rottweilas family is kind of a big deal. “It happened spontaneously,” he recalled. “I met Jaime Cosculluela and Alejandro Quintana after I split from the group and everything happened so quickly.”
Now, the Cuban artist is making a name for himself in the music world. “I’m so proud of being Cuban,” he said. “Thank God that the doors are opening for me and other Cuban artists. People are getting to know our music.”
Since Nesty’s always never not working, he also revealed some of his upcoming projects, including a promo tour around Europe and Latin America. “I’m also going to film the music video for my song ‘Amor Prohibido’ featuring El Chacal,” he said. “My plan is to make a music video for all of the songs on the album.”