Latin music superstar Frankie Negrón was named "The genre's next definitive voice” by All Music Guide. Since 1997,

 
 

 his distinct blend of traditional salsa with progressive influences such as pop, rock, gospel, R&B, hip-hop, and reggaetón has garnered numerous plaudits, including two Premio Lo Nuestro Awards for “Song of the Year” and multiple Grammy and Billboard award nominations, Overall, Negrón has had several number one singles, four gold and platinum albums and nine Billboard Top 40 Hot Latin Tracks including "Por Tu Placer", "Comerte A Besos", "Princesa", "Inolvidable". His last album, 2009’s Independence Day (Airgo Music), also earned enthusiastic reviews from The New York Times’ Jon Pareles.

Negrón was selected to perform the album’s Spanglish hit, “Holding On to Love”, on an episode of ABC’s One Life To Live, where he also appeared with a speaking role.

A tireless entertainer, Negrón has spent the last few years performing for fans all over the world but longed to return to the studio. “I have a great time on stage and I enjoy bringing my music to the masses but I missed the creative part of the music,” reflected Negrón.

He has since teamed up with songwriter Ray Contreras and producer Jimmy Greco to create the new singles "Te Sigo Amando" and "Ay, Ay, Ay".