Dyverse | Llore Por Ti (Vengemedia Presents)

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Llore Por Ti (Vengemedia Presents)

by Dyverse

First Bilingual EP from upcoming MIAMI raised Latin urban artist Adrian "Dyverse" Daviz.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Urban
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1. Fanatica Fiel (feat. Andre MC)
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2. Hola Q' Tal Bebe (Crossover Mix)
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3:34 $0.99
3. Ese Poeta Soy Yo (Lalabella Riddim)
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3:43 $0.99
4. Llore Por Ti (R&B Remix)
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5. She's All Mine
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6. She's Got a Twin
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Album Notes
Born in Medellin, Colombia on June 5, 1985 to the name of Adrian David Gomez... His Love for music began at a young and tender age of just 4 yrs old. Inspired by his father who along with family and friends began teaching him the cultural basis of Colombian music... like Cumbia, Salsa, Merengue and of course what became his favorite Vallenato, he began singing and imitating some of his favorite singers such as Diomedes Diaz (Vallenato) and Eddie Santiago (Salsa).
At the age of 6 his family made the move to New York City, U.S.A. to persue a better life and to give Dyverse a better future.... six months later his parents would decide to move and reside in Miami, FL where to this day he still lives. His passion for music grew as he was exposed to a total different and more DIVERSE cultural expansion of music in Miami... His open mind helped him open up to music such as Soul, R&B, Hip-Hop, 50's Doo Woop (which is his Favorite) Salsa, Merengue, Reggae, Reggeton... ETC.
Through out his school years he was involved into all types of entertainment activities where he developed his skills as an entertainer as a singer, songwriter, actor, and dancer/choreographer to evolve into the "Dyverse" person he is today. His exposure to Hispanic National TV, commercials, short films, and video cameos led him to persue his dream as a singer... Taking a brake from music for a couple of years to only come back stronger and more focused than ever. Having Worked with many urban latin names in the industry, he now feels comfortable enough to persue his solo career as an urban pop/ r&b/ and Reggae bilingual singer. Captivating the attention of audience with his melodic singing and his skills as a dancer, his debut album "Journal of a Heartbreak" will give the Critics and his fans alot to talk about and keep on wanting more from him as a young face for the upcoming artist in the Urban Latin World.


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