Multi-platinum selling artist Romeo Santos filled Yankee stadium with 50,000 screaming fans on Saturday night.
Santos made history this weekend by becoming the first Latin artist to perform at the new Yankee stadium. After only 48 hours, Santos’ concert sold out which left him no other option but to add another concert date. The additional concert was held Friday, July 11. The Bronx native wooed the crowd with his usual sexual charm making the ladlies go wild. Santos, also known as the Bachata king, performed his newest album “Formula, Vol. 2”, along with songs from his previous solo album and songs with his former group Aventura. Santos’ latest album “Formula, Vol. 2” debuted at No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart on March 15 and No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart.
As he performed a fan-favorite “Noche de Sexo”, the crowd sang along, enjoying every moment of it. The performance included stunning pyrotechnics. Santos made a “shout out” to all the Spanish-speaking countries, however the stadium shook when he called out the Dominican Republic.
Before performing the song “Soberbio”, a popular song from his album “Formula, Vol. 1”, Santos proposed a toast to his fans. Thousands raised their drinks in response.
As the show started to wind down, thousands of fans waved their cell phones in response to the music. The cheering slowed but the waving of cell phones continued for the rest of the show.
As the show came to an end, guest appearances were made by his former group Aventura and Puerto Rican salsa artist Marc Anthony for their song “Yo También”. Santos performed songs with the guests before calling it a night. Romeo Santos could not have performed a better show.
In case you haven’t heard it below is the tracklist for Romeo’s latest album.
01. Intro Ft. Kevin Hart
03. Necio Ft. Santana
05. Cancioncitas De Amor
06. Eres Mia
07. Odio Ft.Drake
09. Yo Tambien Ft. Marc Anthony
10. Fui A Jamaica
11 No Tiene La Culpa
12. Animales Ft. Nicky Minaj
13. Propuesta Indecente
14. Obra Maestra
15. 7 Dias
16. Si Yo Muero
18. Trust Ft. Tego Calderon