Venezuelan singer-songwriter and producer Jonathan Moli this week released his new album, “Metamorphosis,” which brings together under one roof a slew of Latino artists, including Lennox, Mike Bahia, Nacho and Luis Enrique. The album aims to transform the salsa genre and create a modern movement that appeals to audiences around the world.
Mixing salsa with urban, romantic, African and Brazilian sounds, “Metamorphosis” shows that music is universal and capable of uniting different nations under a single vision. Released under ADA-Warner Music, the album is now available on all digital music platforms.
The album features 12 tracks that were produced by Jonathan Moli with some of the biggest producers in the Latin industry, including Porfi Baloa, founder of the famous salsa group Adolescentes Orquesta.
Regarding “Metamorphosis”, Jonathan expressed: “The most incredible thing about making this album was bringing together so many talented people on the same project, who wanted to do something different. I love change.” process, and music represents a constant change for me. So we wanted to try new sounds and mix them with salsa. I like the result because there is an incredible mix of cultures and styles I’m sure That will have an impact on the industry. It’s something new, and salsa is a style that strongly reflects our Latino identity, so much so that we have to defend it, modernize it to bring it into a new era.”
As a preview of the new album “Metamorphosis”, in May Moli released the single “Habandol al Silencio” with Venezuelan urban artists Jambin and Trainor. Described as up-tempo salsa, the single connected with a younger audience through Jambin and Trainor’s vocals. Apart from this collaboration, the album’s tracks feature major collaborations with artists from different parts of the world.
Listen to Metamorphosis here.