Carlos Rivera and Reik join forces for the first time in “How many times”

Mexican artists present a ballad that sings to love. The release was featured at the 2021 Billboard Awards.

Carlos Rivera and Reik premiered

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Carlos Rivera and Reik premiered “How many times” with a video filmed in the Bicentennial Park of the CDMX and had the direction of Nuno Gomes.

Carlos Rivera, and the Mexican artist Reik, come together for “Cuantas Veces”, a ballad written by Carlos together with Pablo Preciado (Matisse), the Mexican singer continues his musical career after the release of “Leyendas”, an album in which he paid tribute to the great pioneers of Latin music in the world and that has been placed in the first place of sales for 12 consecutive weeks.

“How many times” is released together with a video filmed in the Bicentennial Park of CDMX and was directed by Nuno Gomes (Camila, Ozuna, Reik). Thus, together with the Venezuelan videographer, the Mexicans accompany the story of two living sculptures that seek to get rid of all weight to return to the origin of everything: love.

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On the stage of the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards, the song was presented, where Carlos Rivera shared the stage with artists such as: Banda MS, Carlos Vives, Marc Anthony, Yuri, Nicky Jam, among other great icons of Latin music.

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Also, this September 24, Carlos Rivera premiered “Chronicles of a War” on the Disney + video platform, a documentary-concert divided into four chapters that narrates what was behind the great show at Hipódromo Palermo; Rivera’s confrontation with the Quinta Vergara monster at the Viña del Mar festival; the innovative 360-degree presentation at Arena Monterrey and the change of plans due to the current pandemic. But the war only had a pause.

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