RICKY MARTIN SURPRISES FANS AROUND THE WORLD WITH HIS NEW SINGLE“VENTE PA’CA” FEATURING THE RISING LATIN-MUSIC STAR MALUMA
MIAMI (September 22, 2016) – After the incredible album cycle for A QUIEN QUIERA ESCUCHAR (To Whomever Wants to Listen), which includes the worldwide hit singles “Adiós” (Goodbye), “Disparo Al Corazón” (Shot To the Heart), “La Mordidita” (The Nibble) and “Perdóname” (Forgive Me), the legendary Ricky Martin returns today to premiere his music video “Vente Pa’Ca” (Come Here) featuring the Colombian star Maluma.
“Vente Pa’Ca” is a club-ready song that fuses pop and reggaetón. The track was originally written in English as “Some Kind of a Dream” and adapted into Spanish by Mau and Ricky Montaner.
The rollout of “Vente Pa’Ca” encompasses TV, radio and digital media. Festivities begin today at 5 p.m. ET with the international TV premiere of the music video on Univision’s news and entertainment program Primer Impacto. At 7 p.m. ET, the video premieres online, via VEVO.
Directed by Jessy Terrero, this video was filmed in Miami, featuring Ricky Martin, Maluma and 50 extras.
Followers of both artists can enjoy the “Vente Pa’Ca” playlist that Ricky Martin and Maluma compiled, now available on Spotify.
Tomorrow, September 23, “Vente Pa’Ca” will debut on radio stations around the world and will be released at all digital-music outlets including iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and Google.
Social media will join the party, as Ricky Martin makes London his base during Friday evening to launch the single. At 3 p.m. ET he becomes the first artist to do a takeover of Instagram en Español, @instagramES, as he shares a day in the life of his ONE WORLD TOUR.
The release of “Vente Pa’Ca” coincides with the fifth and final phase of Ricky Martin’s epic ONE WORLD TOUR. Since August 2015, he has performed to sold-out venues in such locales as South Florida, Virginia, Spain, Israel, Turkey, Russia and London. See below for upcoming dates:
ONE WORLD TOUR 5TH PHASE
October 27 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena
October 29 – Buenos Aires, Argentina
October 30 – Buenos Aires, Argentina
November 1 – Azul, Argentina
November 2 – Rosario, Argentina
November 3 – Córdoba, Argentina
November 5 – Santa Cruz, Bolivia
November 6 – La Paz, Bolivia
November 11 – Mérida, Mexico – Coliseo Yucatán
November 13 – Cancún, Mexico – Estadio Andrés Quintana Roo
November 15 – San José, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional
November 17 – Panama City – Centro de Convenciones Amador
November 19 – Cuernavaca, Mexico – Jardines de México
November 20 – Acapulco, Mexico – Forum Mundo Imperial
November 22 – Monterrey, Mexico – Arena Monterrey
November 23 – Guadalajara, Mexico – Auditorio Telmex
November 25 – Mexico City – Auditorio Nacional
November 27 – Puebla, Mexico – Acrópolis Puebla
December 7 – Torreón, Mexico – Coliseo Centenario