Dale Pututi

Dale Pututi is the stage name of Alejandro Arce, one of the most prominent producers and composers in the Latin music industry. In 2020, he gained a nomination for the Latin Grammy Awards in the category of Best Urban Song for his contribution to “Muchacha”, a collaboration performed by Gente de Zona and Becky G, where he was the architect of a new and exciting sound. In the same year, he played a crucial role as a producer on the hit song “Patria y Vida,” which won two Latin Grammy Awards.

He has worked as a producer for some of the most influential artists in Cuba, and as a composer, several songs can be mentioned from the album Como anillo al dedo by Aymée Nuviola, which won a Latin Grammy in the category Best Tropical Fusion Album in 2018. Alejandro Arce has also been Awarded multiple gold and platinum records as an artist and producer.

In 2021 he released his debut album titled Epicentro (Puntilla Music / Musica Doy). This album brought together prominent Cuban artists of the urban genre such as Gente de Zona, Jacob Forever, El Chulo, El Chacal, El Taiger, Los 4, and Baby Lores, and was certified gold for its sales in the United States. Since November 2022, Alejandro Arce has consolidated his career as a singer with the release of songs that have achieved great success, including “Lágrimas De Champán”, “La Popola”, “El Cubanito Coronó” and “Bendecido”.