With a little over three hours on stage, some 31 songs and 15 guests, as if it were a festival, El Alfa achieved the feat of filling the Félix Sánchez Olympic Stadium, becoming the first Dominican urban artist to do so.
A pure dembow vibrated the Olympic Stadium on Saturday night, where the followers of El Alfa not only sang their songs, but also enjoyed the successes of other artists such as Arcángel, J Balvin and Secreto.
“To the new talents that come that I am crazy that one comes to stay with this. There is no success on the face of the earth that gives more satisfaction than crowning in the Dominican Republic”, was one of the singer’s messages on the night.
The clock marked 10:00 at night (one hour and 30 minutes later than scheduled) with an audience a little exhausted by the wait, when the stage showed an audiovisual recounting the evolution of the singer’s career since its beginnings in the neighborhood to the present and everything it has achieved in 15 years.
It was with “Band of truck” followed by “4K” that El Alfa started the show where he became “The legend of dembow”.
“Thank you daddy God for allowing the dream of urban music, not to Alfa, but to the Dominican Republic and to all urban people. The Alpha is walking through a place where there is no street and who is guiding him is God so that every young person who comes behind doing the job and doing things well done, achieves his dreams”, were the first words of the artist to the public.
To later continue with “Singapur”, “Mera wow” and “Coronao”, the latter was performed by the “most special guests of the night”, Emanuel and Fendi, who together with their father sang, danced and thanked him. to the public for supporting his father.
Making a tour of its repertoire with a striking scenery full of LED lights, smoke, pyrotechnics, El Alfa put nearly 45 thousand people to enjoy (according to data from the organizers).
Puerto Ricans Zion and Lennox were the first guests of the night and rose to the rhythm of “Pomposo” and continued to perform three songs from their repertoire.
Giving thanks to God and sending messages of overcoming the breaks between song and song of the urban elapsed.
At 11:07 p.m. after dismissing Kiko el Crazy from his participation, El Alfa announced his third foreign guest, Colombian J Balvin with “Que calor”, the song they released in 2019 and has more than 144 million views only on YouTube.
With the hubbub of those present, Balvin danced his hits “No hay excuses”, “Mi gente” and “I Like it”.
After several dembows and a “Dominicanos, klk” it was Dowba Montana’s turn to perform “Tamo en Hoja”.
Other songs performed at the concert were “Pamela”, one of the most recent songs by El Alfa, “Bebé”, a song she has with Colombian Camilo, “PAM”, “Muévete jevi”, a song that was released nine years ago, ” Gogo dance”, “Curaçao”, “The mother of the mother”.
The Alfa moved to the beginning of his career with “Car bomb” and this time he was accompanied by the urban artist Shelow Shaq, taking the applause of the public.
The only female guest of the night was the Colombian artist Farina, who performed her hit “Bendecido” together with the Dominican, a viral song on the TikTok platform and which is part of the singer’s latest album “Wisdom”.
After the participation of the “Fine Girl”, the highlight of the night arrived, Arcángel. The Puerto Rican artist of Dominican origin was the most applauded of the 15 guests at El Alfa.
“Let the Lakers run” Arcángel sang with El Alfa, but the audience was excited and “La Maravilla” pleased them with their hits “Flow bastard” and “Por amar a blindas”, the latter was chanted at the top of their lungs by those present, who insisted and did not stop asking for “another”.
At that moment Arcángel took the opportunity to drop that a concert in that place might be encouraged with a “see you soon right here”.
The surprise of the night was the young artist Chris Lebrón, signed by Arcángel, and who with his romantic reggaeton and clean lyrics has managed to gain popularity, something that he made clear when interpreting the song “Desde mis ojos”.