Domino Saints is a bilingual urban pop duo that fuses urban latin and electronic musical genres effortlessly. Originally from Columbia and Puerto Rico, they both graduated from Berklee and have been working in Miami these past few years, perfecting their sound.
Last week they dropped their latest single, Tesoro, which is a song that talks about the chemistry of love and combines merengue and Jamaican rhythms to make a song that you just want to get up and dance to.
When asked about the song, the duo said, “This song is us expressing ourselves and finding ways to bring lots of people together, not just Latinos. We said from the start we wanted to fuse genres and really be the melting pot that America is about. Well here it is. We hope you all enjoy it.”
And boy, do we enjoy it.
David Leal and Giselle Ojeda come together to create one-of-a-kind music that bridges the gap between the Latin and American markets. They’ve been featured in Honey Bunches of Oats commercials (watch the video below!), made it onto The Billboard “Top Ten Artists of the Month” list and they collaborate with Jack Daniel’s, so this duo is definitely doing something right.
For now, all we want to do is dance to their beats and wait to see what they’ll do next. Fingers crossed for more great music soon.