Sebastián Yatra releases deluxe album ‘Dharma+’, new remix of ‘Tacones Rojos’ Tiësto ahead of US tour


Global star Sebastián Yatra, whose music continues to gain worldwide popularity, has released his deluxe album ‘Dharma+’, which features the start of a brand new Tacones Rojos (Red Heels) remix.

The new version of his hit song is in collaboration with Grammy-winning Dutch DJ and music producer Tiësto, who turned it into a catchy dance track.

The success of the Colombian singer-songwriter Tacones Rojos reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart in February, making it his 10th No. 1 on that chart. The dance remix of the song is her second collaboration with a top musical celebrity.

Earlier this year, Yatra teamed up with John Legend for a bilingual version of Tacones Rojos which ranked in the top 10 on TikTok in the US and got over 1.3 billion streams, landing on Spotify’s Global Top 50.

The Yatra-Legend remix is ​​in the “Dharma +”, with a new song Continuea ballad with Pablo Alborán, adding a total of three tracks to the deluxe album.

“Dharma”, Yatra’s third studio album, was released in January 2022 by Universal Music Latino to great acclaim, with 8.5 billion combined streams, ranking #1 on Spotify’s US and worldwide debut album and #1. #1 on Billboard’s Latin and Digital Latin Streaming. song sales charts.

The 27-year-old singer, who sings mostly in Spanish, raised his profile with English-speaking audiences this year with his rendition of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Oscar-nominated single. Dos Oruguitas from the Disney animated film ‘Encanto’ at the 94th Annual Academy Awards. Yatra recorded the English and Spanish versions of the song. He also toured on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonGood Morning America and CBS Mornings.

Yatra kicks off North America on her “Dharma World Tour” in Houston on August 25, after months on the road in Latin America and Spain.

Here are the dates for the North American Dharma World Tour:

Thursday August 25 – Houston, TX @ Smart Financial Center

Friday, August 26 – Dallas, TX @ Toyota Music Factory

Saturday August 27 – Dallas, TX @ Payne Arena

Sunday August 28 – San Antonio, TX @ Freeman Coliseum

Wednesday, August 31 – San Antonio, TX @ Sales Auto Arena

Friday, September 2 – Phoenix, AZ @ Arizona Federal Theater

Saturday, September 3 – San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena

Sunday, September 4 – Los Angeles, CA @ YouTube Theater

Wednesday, September 7 – Seattle, WA @ Moore Theater

Thursday, September 8 – Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium

Saturday, September 10 – Las Vegas, NV @ Chelsea Theater at Cosmopolitan

Sunday, September 11 – San Jose, CA @ San Jose Civic

Thursday, September 15 – Chicago, IL @ Rosemont Theater

Saturday, September 17 – Montreal, QC @ Place Bell

Sunday, September 18 – Toronto, ON @ History

Thursday, September 29 – Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theater

Friday, September 30 – Orlando, Florida @ Dr. Philips

Saturday, October 1 – Miami, FL @ FTX Arena

Friday, October 7 – Washington, DC @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor

Saturday, October 8 – New York, NY @ United Palace

Sunday, October 9 – Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theater

Saturday, November 12 – San Juan, PR @ Coca Cola Music Hall


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