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Napoleón's new album, Vive, is here just in time to warm your spirits this winter.


The newest album, Vive, recently release by Napoleon is nothing short of amazing. This album is delightful, poetic and packed with timeless clever lyrics that will warm your hearts. Uniquely formatted to bring an emotional meaning to fans and everyone; Vive is made up of 18 tracks and holds some of Napoleon biggest hits and include special guesses such as Mon Laferté, Beto Zapata of Grupo Pesado, Luis Humberto front man of Enjambre, and  Manoella. This album is definitely one to have! 

Checkout the album now and be sure to follow Latin follow Latin é for the latest in Latino Entertainment!

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Sonya’s passion for music and entertainment came at an early age. Born in the island of Jamaica, where music means everything, she began nurturing her passion. She obtained her B.S in Music Business and an M.S in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University, in Florida. She has interned at Loud Music Tour, NY as a tour manager and Virtual Stacks as content writer. Sonya enjoys reading, listening to music, seeing films and dancing. She has written contents for numerous blogs and websites. She started her own Music and Autism Blog while in college and spend her free time volunteer at an Autism center for children and young adults. She loves to travel, enjoys meeting like-minded individuals and discovering new music. She hopes to one day work in the Film industry create and editing contents for films.


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