THE SECOND OFFICIAL SINGLE FROM THE INTERNATIONALLY REKNOWNED VOCALIST IS BEING RELEASED TO RADIO IN THE UNITED STATES AND PUERTO RICO TODAY
The internationally renowned vocalist and musical pioneer Frankie J presents “Impossible”, the second official single from his album “Faith, Hope Y Amor.” The single comes after the radio success of “No Te Quiero Ver Con El”, the first promotional cut from the album which debuted at #1 on the iTunes Latino chart upon its release earlier summer.
“Impossible” is the Spanish re-interpretation of the singer Shontelle’s international hit. The new version,produced by Benny Steele and Noah Lifschey, is a powerful ballad where Frankie J sings about lost love with his unique style and incomparable vocals. “Tell them that I loved you, that my soul hurts / That I don’t regret it, yell it to the wind / Tell them it was a dream that became so small and still burns me inside / Tell them that our love was IMPOSSIBLE”, the vocalist sings in the song.
Born in Tijuana, Mexico and raised in San Diego, CA, Frankie J is a musical and cultural pioneer being one of the first artists to include a mix of English and Spanish lyrics in his songs. Originally the vocalist for the hit group The Kumbia Kings, Frankie began a solo career that solidified him as an international star with hits such as “Obsession (No Es Amor),” “Don’t Wanna Try” and “More Than Words” catapulting him to platinum sales and “Suga, Suga” his collaboration with Baby Bash became a mainstay at urban music radio.
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