The singer Carlos Rivera stunned his millions of followers with his first disc of vinyl LP “Carlos Rivera Sessions Recorded at Abbey Road” with great success and was recorded with the London Symphony.
It was through its official account of Instagram, which the singer announced the launch your disc, an album completely different to the others that he has taken off before.
This new disk features greatest hits as “Would be easier”, “I’m dying”, “I waited for you”, “Moon of heaven”, among others who have been noted both in the world of music.
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In your publication of yesterday, Rivera said that this project is a dream come true for him, as it was something that I wanted for a long time.
Is now available my first vinyl Sessions Recorded at Abbey Road with the London Symphony. You can get it in @mixupteam Is a limited edition and they are flying. Thank you for your support and affection”, he wrote in the publication.
Carlos has had the great opportunity of work with various singers of the music industry such as Thalía, Natalia, Yuri, Rio Roma, Becky G, among others.
Without doubt with this new project his followers are beyond excited and proud of all that you have accomplished the artist.
The publication of his promotion with just a few hours of having been shared with nearly 30 thousand I like and hundreds of messages of their followers by giving you all their good wishes.
Big congratulations dear, continue with your success”, “Obviously already compreeee because I want to reach!”, “I already asked mine is my birthday present ahead of time, what Amoooo already what I want! Let me buy the record player”, “Congratulations!!! Come more hits!”, were some of the comments.
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It is worth mentioning that Carlos Rivera he began his artistic career at the exit winner of the program TV Azteca, The Academy in the 2004 and since his childhood began to appear in programs, singing competitions in Tlaxcala, where he also worked as an announcer at a local radio.