Over the past 17 years, Romeo Santos and bachata boy band Aventura have won the overflowing adoration of prepubescent girls, their mothers, and 35-year-old guys in white pants who love to dance. In the process, Santos and sidekicks scored a surplus of American Music Awards, Premio Lo Nuestro statues, and Billboard Latin Music trophies; dominated the Latin charts like Menudo on steroids; and raked in $12.1 million in 2010 tour revenue.
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Right now, though, Aventura is taking some time off. Perhaps permanently. So the band's leading Latin lover is bringing his debut solo slab, Formula Vol. 1, and surging, Usher-approved single "Promise" to arenas across America, from NYC to Atlanta, Chi-Town, Dallas, L.A., and Vegas.
This Thursday, the Formula finally arrives in Miami. And if you listen really, really, really closely, you can already hear 20,000 prepubescent girls, their mothers, and a bunch of 35-year-old guys in white pants who love to dance screaming, "¡Romeo, llévame contigo!"