Bio - Fenix Lopez
The Latin Pop Singer- & Songwriters Fenix Lopez brings on May 27th with "DALE" already the second single this year on the market.
"DALE" ("Come on") is the most energetic, infectious dance party summer song ever. Perfect for dancing and going crazy on an endless Latin festival night. Fenix Lopez, together with Ben from B-Note Records, has ventured into a new genre in terms of beats: Kizomba! Both a dance and music genre from Angola that developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The rap and vocal skills of the Spanish singer harmonize perfectly with the South African beat and the dominant trumpets.
The song is simply about celebrating life, "porque la vida es UNA" because we only have ONE life! "DALE" is pure motivation and an invitation to dare to dance through life with music and enjoy it to the fullest. As the song said: "Bienvenido al mundo latino"! Welcome to the Latino world!
About Fenix Lopez: Already in his youth Fenix Lopez, son of Spanish immigrants, passionately wrote lyrics for his rap songs. Due to the not always easy circumstances in his parents' home, "el Fenix" (Marcos Lopez by his real name), needed an outlet and thus developed a great passion for songwriting in different languages like Spanish, French, Italian and German.
The most important, beautiful but also the most drastic moments in his life were certainly, the births of his two children. It was a personal crisis that brought him back to music some time ago. So again, as in his younger years, music became a kind of processing but also a source of strength.
The production and recording of songs such as "Te digo adios", "Dentro de ti", "Nuevo Mundo", "Nena Nena" and "No Soy Vagabundo" in the studio of star producer and grammy nominee Ben Mühlethaler of b-note Records, as well as the surprisingly positive response in the Spanish and Latin American music market, launched the singer songwriter career of Fenix Lopez.
MANAGEMENT & BOOKING
Mundo Management GmbH
Ana Belen Lopez
+41 79 728 25 23
B-NOTE Entertainment GmbH
+41 31 382 44 45