RBD’s nostalgic pop gets a reggaeton makeover. Ahead of their highly anticipated reunion tour, the Mexican group has dropped a new single, „Cerquita De De.” On the track, RBD serenades their longtime fans.
„Cerquita De De” is RBD’s first taste of new music since the telenovela superstars announced the Zoya Rebelde tour. The song was produced by Daini protégé Manuel Lara, who adds a bit of tempo to the band’s signature sound. RBD’s own Christopher Van Uckerman co-wrote the soaring song. The five members take turns letting their faithful know: „Even though we’re far apart and you’re sad, you know I’ll always be close to you,” they sing together in Spanish. .
“Doing this [tour] It’s our way of ending this cycle and thanking our fans for continuing to listen to the music after so many years,” Van Uckermann previously said. Rolling Stone. „We want to allow a new generation of people who have never been to shows to see the show.”
The Soy Rebelde Tour kicks off on August 25th at the Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso, TX. Throughout the year, RBD will perform in venues across the United States, Mexico, Brazil and Colombia. Many shows sold out immediately. There’s more new RBD music, with Mexican musician Leon Leiden recently teasing a song called „Solo de Bito.”
This isn’t RBD’s first foray into reggaeton-infused sounds. In 2006, the band was featured on Looney Tunes and Dainty Also running: Benjamins Set with the perio-ready banger „Lento” later that year, they teamed up again with Looney Tunes for the tempo driven „Mani Mani”.
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