Chart-Topping Songwriter Ríos Debuts as an Artist with His Latest Single, "CDTE </3"

"CDTE </3" Music Video Premieres Alongside the New Single
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Chart-Topping Songwriter Ríos Debuts as an Artist with His Latest Single, "CDTE </3"

Following the success of his songs "unx100to" by Bad Bunny and Grupo Frontera and "La Bachata" by Manuel Turizo, which helped him establish himself as a prominent songwriter, Ríos now officially debuts his solo music career with the publication of his new single, "CDTE 3."

Ríos, who is up for "Songwriter / Composer of the Year" at the 2023 Tu Música Urbano Awards, created "CDTE /3" as an original composition. The music video, which was created by Broke Boys and was directed by JaviShoot, debuted in conjunction with the single's release. Several locales in Puerto Rico, including Loza, Luquillo, and Fajardo, were used to film the music video. Beginning with a picnic with a model, the audiovisual work seamlessly conveys the song's core. Next, scenes on tennis courts and Ros's portrayal as a mechanic are shown.

Ríos is the stage name of the gifted Puerto Rican urban singer-songwriter Andrés Jael Correa. Ríos demonstrated an early interest in music and painting from a young age. As a result of his initial writing opportunity, he started penning songs for well-known musicians. His talent has been showcased in international songs like the Grupo Frontera and Bad Bunny song "unx100to," which has ranked at the top of the Billboard® Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S. charts for numerous weeks in a row. He also wrote "La Bachata" by Manuel Turizo and "Hey Mor" by Ozuna and Feid, two additional well-known hits.

Ríos has had the chance to write songs for prominent musicians including Feid, Manuel Turizo, Nicky Jam, Ozuna, J Balvin, Wisin & Yandel, Jowell y Randy, De La Ghetto, and Rauw Alejandro during his brief but promising musical career. Along with his skill as a lyricist, Ros has also performed on songs like "Enchule," which he wrote with ICON and Beéle, "Te Invito," with Nicky Jam, and "Infiel," with Maxiolly and Keityn.

After a number of urban music collaborations, Ríos is prepared to advance his musical career and has determined that the time is now to establish himself as a solo artist. This next June 13 at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the gifted singer-songwriter has been confirmed to take part in the panel "From Kikeo to Super Hit" hosted by ASCAP Latino.

The start of what is sure to be an exciting and fruitful musical adventure is his new single, "CDTE /3."