El Alfa performed Thursday night at FTX Arena (former American Airline Arena), in front of more than 10 thousand people who came from different parts of Florida to enjoy his hits.
“Thank you Miami. Wow what a movie. I want to cry,” wrote the singer when posting a video that showed the audience that packed the arena with the lights on in their cell phones.
Songs like “Fulanito”, “Curazao”, “Arrebatao”, “Singapore”, “A correr los Laker”, “Pa’ Jamaica”, “Mira woo” and La mamá de la mamá, among others, were chanted by Dominicans, Cubans, Colombians, Venezuelans, Mexicans and Americans, among other nationalities, during the two-hour show. “El Jefe del Dembow” was accompanied by friends from the music industry, such as Camilo, Alex Sensation, Nicky Jam, El Cherry Scom, Kiko El Crazy and Mark B.
A high caliber tour
One of the funniest and most applauded moments was when the children of the urban performer took the stage to sing along with him the popular song “La Romana”. El Alfa joins an interesting list of popular Latin and Anglo-Saxon singers who began their tours in the USA in October of this year. Thanks to the increased vaccination against the Covid-19 pandemic throughout the American continent, especially in the United States, the artistic world was able to restart its rhythm of work in terms of tours and live presentations.
“La Leyenda del Dembow” will be in thirteen more concerts, where he will pass through the cities of California, Phoenix, Colorado, Las Vegas, as well as other territories of the continent, such as Mexico and Curacao. The expected closing of the tour in 2021 will be at the Coliseo de San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Recall that El Alfa has had one of the most active and international musical years of his career, recording with North American artists such as Black Eyed Peas, Busta Rhymes and Tyga. He has also collaborated with Becky G, Camilo, Farruko and Darell. The list will soon expand with high-caliber figures such as Canadian Drake, among others.
Concerts have filled Dominicans with joy
His resounding success last week, in an imposing venue like Madison Square Garden, with a full house, received a jubilant reaction in the Dominican Republic, including even from the President of the Republic himself, Luis Abinader, and from the Quisqueyanos living abroad, especially those in New York (United States).