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And, of course, all manner of grinding: on the ground, in the air, on the mic stand, to the front and to the back.
The Bronx-born musician's homecoming concert was the best date with 50,000 other people ever conceived.
Rumors about Santos sexuality fired up when he released his single “No Tiene La Culpa,” which tells the story of Manuel, a young man who is bullied for being gay.
"If Madonna, if Paul Mc Cartney, if Metallica can sell out Yankee Stadium," Santos intoned, "Latinos can sell out this shit too!It was among Shakespeare's most popular plays during his lifetime and along with Hamlet, is one of his most frequently performed plays.Today, the title characters are regarded as archetypal young lovers.As if to illustrate the point, he brought out his personal barber, who wanted to propose to his girlfriend of three years onstage, narrated by Santos; after she said sí, Santos performed "Un Beso," one of Aventura's biggest hits. "La Vieja Fefa," the celebrated 90-year-old merengue accordionist who is still an innovator in the style of tipica.
There was never a better introduction to that song than a real-life proposal. Reggaeton god Tego Calderón showed up to perform their excellent collabo, "Trust," followed by a mini-set of his own, including "Wasa Wasa." When '90s bachata innovators Luis Vargas and Antony "El Mayimbe" Santos, former rivals, dropped in for a thrilling, 45-minute-long trade-off/battle of their classics, the stadium experienced a collective heart attack, with even Santos doing the yes fist pump to emphasize his enthusiasm. Though they've joined him onstage before to perform their collaboration "Debate de 4" (sans Raulín Rodríguez), this was clearly a public torch-passing, elders crowning their successor. She alternately slayed her instrument, sang and grinded on Santos, embellishing their merengue dance with through-the-legs moves before jumping on him, her tiny legs cradling his waist, while wearing black jeans with sparkles on the butt. But it was Santos' finale that emphasized his persona, and exemplified why he is such a superstar.
Bachata is best heard live, in which you can fully distinguish the alluring, fluid interplay between the bongos and guitars, and Santos' 13-person band is masterful at providing the emotional backdrop he needs for his sweet come-ons.