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Renowned reggaeton singer Julio Voltio recorded the album "Salsa con Voltaje" by music producer Ángelo Torres and that goes internationally under the CODISCOS catalog.
"Salsa con Voltaje", is a project that begins in 2009 as an experiment, in which who until that moment was one of the greatest exponents of reggaetón, decides to flirt with another genre very well known in his country of origin, salsa .
"The idea emerges thanks to the experience gained by Julio Voltio, in previous projects with international artists such as Jerry Rivera, Andy Montañez, N'Klabe and Sonora Ponceña, which came loaded with success," says producer Ángelo Torres.
"Salsa con Voltaje", recorded in its entirety in Mas Audio Recording Studios of Puerto Rico, is composed of 10 songs authored by Ángelo and Voltio, except for the song "Salsa" that was Torres' collaboration with Samuel Pacheco, in addition to the songs " La Vida "and" El Chamaco Lo Botó "featured the composition of Ernesto Fidel and Diego Galé respectively.
In this musical work, which included the mixing and mastering of Jesus "Papo" Sánchez and Angelo Torres, one can appreciate the vocal and artistic capacity of Voltio, where he discovered new skills when singing under melodic lines.
With this latest musical project Julio Voltio says goodbye to the stages, to dedicate himself to a Christian life full of faith and dedicated one hundred percent to the Church, leaving this musical work as a gift for his followers, who hopes to understand, in this decision , Because his musical trajectory is a legacy for many artists, and with this work, he wanted to demonstrate that artists of the urban genre can transcend and reach new frontiers.

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