Dale Pututi premieres “El cubanito coronó”

Cuban producer and composer Alejandro Arce, better known as Dale Pututi, recently premiered his new song “El cubanito coronó”, a celebration of his triumph as a migrant in the US. The catchy song already has more than 13 thousand views on YouTube in just two days, and shows Pututi and his group sightseeing in the Roman Coliseum and the Athenian Acropolis, making passersby dance on a street in Bulgaria, or riding in a convertible and a boat in Miami.

“El cubanito coronó / ay, yo no sé que tengo que se pegó / Ando prendío y eso te gustó / Tengo aguaje y tengo de tó,” says the chorus.

“All of you who are proud of moving forward every day, this song is for you,” said Dale Pututi.

Last February, Dale Pututi and El Chacal released the successful song “Tonto” on digital platforms.

Pututi had anticipated it well when he said that it was a bachata to dance to, and that is exactly what this song brings. The song, which was accompanied by a video clip directed by director Pedro Vázquez, tells the story of a couple in which he gives himself completely, while she ends up hurting him.

Dale Pututi joined El Chacal after the explosive meeting with Gente de Zona and El Carli, in “Lágrimas de Champán”, a song that surpassed three million views on YouTube. At the end of 2022, Pututi celebrated having achieved his first gold record as an artist. The recognition came for the song “A mi vida”, a song that he shared with Gente de Zona, Jacob Forever, El Chacal, Baby Lores, El Micha, Jorge Jr., Eddy K, and El Chulo.