Héctor de Césare creates a new musical genre that he presents with "La Vida es un Carnaval"

Héctor de Césare returns to the present day with a song and a new musical genre that have come to take music by storm. The Spanish musician has made a renewed and updated version of one of the most important hits in the history of Latin music, “La Vida es un Carnaval”.

This new version gives rise to a new musical genre, created by the artist himself, the "URBAN JAZZ POP", a fusion of styles between urban music, hints of jazz and pop structures that make this version something new, different and original.

In this new version there is no shortage of "Brazilian touches" and "salseros" to give it that Latin and dance flavor that have always characterized this World Hit considered by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the best 500 songs of all time.

The single has been produced by the artist Héctor de Césare and the producer Aure Ortega. The recording of the voices took place in the V43 studios of the musician and producer Javier Losada, who has also intervened in the vocal arrangements. The sound engineer Piti Martínez has been in charge of the final mixes and mastering.

This new version of "La Vida es un Carnaval" is official, since it is licensed by the author of the song himself, the Argentine composer and singer Víctor Daniel together with the Warner Chappell Music publisher. On the other hand, it has been the artist Héctor De Césare's own label, De Césare Art Music, who has been in charge of launching it on the record market. The song is already available on all digital platforms and a video clip of said version is being prepared, the publication date of which is scheduled for early summer of this year.

The single is available on all major digital platforms.Click here to listen.

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