Los Angeles, CA – Feb 27, 2019 – Dario Black has again set the music industry and the entertainment world on fire as the singer/songwriter offers music lovers his best dance moves to date in his new music video to the song SIGUE PALPITANDO, from his Temporary Love EP, his inspiring high-energy music recently highlighted on Spotify’s DITTO MUSIC TOP 40 DANCE playlist.
“In this album, I explore my past relationships and no matter what happened, I am still reaching for love,” Dario says. “My hope is that others realize that they are not alone and together with music we can connect. We deserve it.”
Sigue Palpitando is a song about longing for love and an individual’s struggle to find love. The music video for Sigue Palpitando was another exhilarating performance from the singer where he can be seen giving the audience his all. Set to be released on the 28th February 2019, the video was shot in under a day with Dario dancing for 8 hours.
The LGBT artist again reiterated his goal of elevating people through his music; a feature that has become synonymous with every piece that comes from the Colombian-Venezuelan. Dario grew up listening to the likes of Ricky Martin, Madonna and Jennifer Lopez and this has gone a long way to influence his style of music.
A featured performer on NPR’s Tuesday Reviews day Podcast (via 83.3 KPCC), Dario has performed at live events from Los Angeles and San Diego Pride to taking the top prize on the limited-series cable show “Best New Talent,” where cameras at MGM Grand Las Vegas captured his entry into music.
About Dario Black
Dario Black is a talented indie pop artist that has seemingly carved a niche for himself in the entertainment industry with his unique delivery and creative style of music. Dario Black has grown to become one of the music stars tipped to take the industry to a whole new level with the LatinX Indie artist treating music lovers across the globe with energetic performances and message-filled music that can be easily related with, in a bid to elevate his listeners and fans.