Romeo Santos New Song: Listen To 'King Of Bachata' Latest Hit ‘Propuesta Indecente’ Here

Romeo Santos
Romeo Santos performs at Billboard Latin Music Awards 2013 at Bank United Center on April 25, 2013 in Miami, Florida. He recently released his new single "Propuesta Indecente." Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images

"Hello, they call me Romeo, pleasure meeting you." That's how the "King of Bachata," Romeo Santos, introduces himself in his new song "Propuesta Indecente" (Indecent Proposal) and captivates us right away with his soft, yet manly voice and his sweet but strong tone.

In his new single, the first track from Santo's upcoming album "Fórmula Vol. 2," the singer fuses two of the world's most sensual rhythms, the Dominican bachata and the Argentine tango, describing everything that can happen when seduction, drinks and mischief come together.

"Propuesta Indecente" was written and produced by Romeo Santos himself and is already turning up the heat as a teaser of the amazing musical content of "Fórmula Vol. 2," scheduled to be released by the end of this year.

Romeo's most recent studio album and solo debut, "Fórmula Vol. 1," has taken its place as one of the most successful and influential works of the decade. So far, it's spent 89 consecutive weeks on Billboard's Top Latin Albums sales chart. It is RIAA-certified Triple Platinum in the United States and Puerto Rico, and has spun off seven hit singles: "You," "Promise," "Mi Santa," "Rival," "La Diabla," "Debate de 4" and "Llévame Contigo," which remains on the airplay charts to this day.

Five of these songs hit No. 1, tying Enrique Iglesias' 1995 record for most Latin chart-toppers from one album.

You can listen to Romeo's new song below and starting tonight you can buy it on iTunes. We want to know if you are as excited as we are about this new hit and think this is Romeo's best material so far or if you expected something else from the bachata king!

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Maria G. Valdez

Born and raised Dominican living in New York (do not confuse with Dominican-York), who claims to be Sofia Vergara’s long lost daughter. Creative Multimedia Reporter and On-Air Personality (Web, Print and Radio), New York Film Academy trained performer with solid entertainment instincts and trained journalist graduated from Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra, in Dominican Republic. She has experience covering human interest stories and social and large scale events with a focus on Latino entertainment. Former journalist of Ritmo Social, one of Dominican Republic’s most prestigious magazines, and former on-air co-host of a radio variety show in her home country that caters to the youth demographic.

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