The Pianist’s New Single Has Spent 10 weeks on the chart
The Album “Encanto del Caribe” Continues
To Garner Critical Acclaim
What do you get when you mix the spirit of Motown with urban bachata beats?
Arthur Hanlon, the only pianist to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin charts, is on his way to repeating the feat with new single, “I’ll Be There (Allí Estaré),” a bilingual cover of the Jackson Five hit, sung by rising star Karlos Rosé.
This week the track hit No. 5 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay Chart and has spent 10 consecutive weeks on the chart.
With “I’ll Be There,” Arthur, born in raised in Detroit—home of Motown—brings together the music of his city with Latin rhythms and his exhilarating piano. In Karlos Rosé, a singer with a prodigious voice who also understands both bachata and Motown, he found the perfect singer.
“I heard “Ill Be There” for the first time in my crib,” said Arthur. “That song, like every Motown song, is part of my DNA, and I’ve played them all my life, from my first professional concert at 16. Bringing together my Motown with my Latin soul is the most exciting thing I’ve done in a long time.”
Arthur continues promoting his critically acclaimed album “Encanto del Caribe,” filmed live at San Cristobal Castle in Puerto Rico and featuring friends Marc Anthony, Laura Pausini, Cheo Feliciano, Natalia Jiménez, Bernie Williams and Ana Isabelle as guest artists.
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