Colombian sensation Fonseca is gearing up for a memorable appearance at Latin Music Week 2023, where he will not only speak about his illustrious career but also deliver a captivating performance. The artist, known for his Tropi-pop and Vallenato hits that have made fans dance and fall in love over the past two decades, has managed to retain his signature sound and soulful tenor voice despite the ever-evolving music industry landscape.
Fonseca first burst onto the scene in 2005 with the chart-topping hit "Te Mando Flores," a song that catapulted him to stardom. His enduring success is a testament to his ability to adapt to industry trends while staying true to his musical roots.
In an exclusive Q&A session during Latin Music Week, Fonseca will reflect on his remarkable 20-year journey in the music industry, setting the stage for what promises to be an unforgettable performance at the En Vivo concert series on October 6.
When asked to describe his career in just a few words, Fonseca chose "Heart, gratitude, obsession, connection, and roots." These words hint at the deep emotional connection he has with his music and his unwavering commitment to his craft.
Dream Collaboration with Juan Luis Guerra
One of Fonseca's recent achievements is the release of the first single from his upcoming album, "Si Tú Me Quieres," featuring the legendary Juan Luis Guerra. Collaborating with Guerra, a musical icon who has been a source of inspiration for Fonseca since his early years, was a dream come true.
He not only admires Guerra's music but also his dedication to building a career solely through his artistry—a path that Fonseca deeply resonates with. Speaking about his forthcoming album, Fonseca expressed his happiness with the songwriting process.
He feels that he is returning to the sound that marked the beginning of his career—a sound that he describes as organic and "woody." "Si Tú Me Quieres" provides a glimpse into the sonic direction Fonseca is pursuing, promising an album that will delight his fans.
Looking ahead to the next two decades, Fonseca envisions a future where he continues to write and sing. For him, music is not a sprint but a lifelong journey, a way of life that will always be a part of him. As Fonseca prepares to take the En Vivo stage and share his insights during an Icon Q&A at Billboard Latin Music Week in Miami from October 2 to October 6, fans can anticipate a celebration of an extraordinary career and a glimpse into what lies ahead for this timeless artist.