Music | Meet Jay Garcia

The newest face in bachata is one you definitely won't want to forget...

Jay Garcia

Jay Garcia is an artist to watch. The Dominican singer was born and raised in New York, by parents who were determined to raise him in Dominican tradition. He grew up listening to bachata and knew from a young age that he wanted to do something musical with his life. By the time he was a teenager, he was singing and writing songs, and now, he’s ready to take the stage and step his game up to the next level.

Jay’s signature style is showcased beautifully in his single Llevame, which he’ll be releasing on the radio in the coming weeks. From there, he’ll gear up for a media tour in the DR; but before he goes, we’re bringing him in for an éxclusive Latin é interview. You won’t want to miss it.

With heartfelt lyrics and upbeat tempos, Llevame is a great introduction into what we’re sure will be a long and promising career.

Welcome to the big leagues, Jay. It’s time to show us what you’ve got. 

About the author:

As Latin é's Editor-in-Chief, Caitlin believes in quality over quantity, doing things right the first time, and humming to herself during difficult tasks. A true Texan at heart, she also believes in the power of cowboy boots, that the stars at night should always be big and bright, and that everything (especially the food) is bigger in Texas. When she's not writing or editing she enjoys curling up to read a good book (or three), going on grand adventures (the more walking involved, the better) with her adoring and adorable husband, bright colors (in clothes, cooking, and everything else), and going barefoot. She likes her food spicy, her music soulful, and her news breaking. You can read more of her work on her website, www.themathom-house.com!


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