The famous Cuban singer, Yotuel Romero, will be one of the artists in charge of the rhythm during the Centennial Convention of the World Boxing Association (WBA), which will begin this Sunday, December 11 and will end next December 14.
The 46-year-old Antillean has made much of his career in the state of Florida, specifically in Miami, so he is well known in Orlando and it will be a great opportunity to show his art at the Caribe Royale Hotel.
Yotuel has dedicated himself to fuse different rhythms within the urban genre and combine his great voice with pleasant melodies that have helped me gain worldwide fame. His message is one of protest but also of joy, which is why he has captured listeners of all ages.
The WBA is proud to have such an artist of Yotuel’s stature, who will be alongside other great exponents of music, adding an artistic touch to a historic convention.