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Amor En Vivo Celebrated The Love Of Hispanic Culture Through Music

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Newark, NJ–Brick City was lit full fuego style Saturday evening as the Prudential Center hosted La Musica’s 93.1 Amor En Vivo concert featuring an impressive lineup of Latin music’s biggest stars of today and beyond showcasing that rich, zestfullness the genre is renowned for.

The musical extravaganza commenced with rising Columbian raising sensation Ela Taubert hitting the stage performing several of her enchanting tracks including emotional ballad “Crecer” from her most recent EP Quien Dijo Que Era Facil swaying the passion filled crowd.

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Tagged by Billboard as An Emerging Artist to Discover, Venezuelan singer-songwriter Joaquin was next up on the Latin lineup singing pop infused singles, “Rabia“, “Freno” and latest hit “Los Mejores Anos” charming fans before Grammy nominated Dominican trio Ilegales cranked the heat with their playlist of hits including “Fiesta Caliente” and “Como Un Trueno” turning the venue into merenhouse dance party.

Intensity fueled within the rock when platinum recording artist Prince Royce took center stage leaving endless hearts racing off his setlist of romantic tracks “Darte Un Beso” and “El Amor Que Perdimos” mesmerizing his admirers.

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The love feast continued with Columbian serenader Camilo jamming to a number of melodious tunes who later was joined with the love of his life Evaluna performing their irresistible amorous duet “Por Primera Vez” making soldout crowd fall deep in their undeniable chemistry.

Seasoned crooner Ricardo Montaner along with Mexican beauty Gloria Trevi also ignited the show stopping event engaging fans with sultry tapestry and unforgettable enjoyment this Latin love live production wasn’t complete without adding a fiery flavor that would set the roof on fire.

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Closing the phenomenal production was Puerto Rican ageless hearthrob Chayanne dominating the stage in all his sexiness to numerous smash hits of his nearly forty year career.

Labeled as one of the best selling Latin music artists, Chayanne slayed tracks “Torero“, “Lo Dejaria Todo” and steamy “Baila Salome” letting his longtime fans know he still got the moves that leave the ladies breathless. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage month, La Musica’s Amor En Vivo showcase was undoubtably a symbol of adoration for all hispanic cultures.