Romeo Santos Releases New Single 'Imitadora'; Reveals He Will Have Own Madame Tussauds Wax Figure

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Romeo Santos, sings to the nostalgia in new single "Imitadora." Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images

After the #1 debut on the Billboard Charts of the hit single “Héroe Favorito,” the King of Bachata, Romeo Santos, is back to conquer the airwaves once more with “Imitadora.” Both singles are part of the new album Golden, his third solo album produced by Santos and ready to be released on July 21.

On this new single, Romeo sings to the nostalgia for the love of a woman that used to be very passionate in the past, while he asks himself: “Tonight I ask myself and put an end to the imitator, the imposter, and I demand an interview with you. I suspect plagiarism of my lady, bad imitator.” - Lyrics from “Imitadora.”

The song is a bachata in Santos' unique style, a fusion of rhythms that makes the singer-songwriter's signature bachata sound. The new single is available now on Spotify and Vevo.

Santos' agency also confirmed that on July 19 The King of Bachata’s wax figure will be unveiled at the “Madame Tussauds New York” Wax Museum.

Romeo Santos is also partnering with Spanish Broadcasting System, (SBS) to give a series of exclusive intimate shows in New York, Miami and Los Angeles. The only opportunities to witness the singer perform live are August 9 in New York, August 11 in Los Angeles, California and August 15 in Miami, Florida.

Latin Times contacted Vladimir Gomez from SBS, who shared how you can be one of the lucky winners. "Every half hour, Mega 97.9 radio stations in NY, Mega 96.3 in LA and Zol 106.7 in Miami, will be receiving calls until the day before the intimate concert," said Gomez.

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