Don’t call it a comeback but FLEX is taking over the airwaves in the U.S.

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"Don’t call it a comeback but FLEX is taking over the airwaves in the U.S."

Don’t call it a comeback but FLEX is taking over the airwaves in the U.S.

Panamanian Urban superstar FLEX has a new song titled “Nadie Como Tu” that’s quickly becoming a summer favorite.

The song is taking over the US airwaves for Flex whose previous #1 hit songs “Te Quiero” and “Dime Si Te Vas Con El” made him a household name on his rookie year and earned him eight 2008 Latin Billboard Music Award-making him that year’s biggest winner.

In 2011, the award-winning phenomenon landed once again on top of the charts with “Te Amo Tanto”.  Yet, this new release is not a comeback for the acclaimed singer who has since released a slew of club hits and has spent the last few years on a global tour that aside from the United States, has taken him to such countries as France, Spain, Mexico and a bevy of Latin America countries.

“It’s been a fun couple of years traveling the world and meeting my fans face to face.  That experience influenced greatly my upcoming album.  I feel that “Nadie Como Tú” is representative of a new phase in my life and hope that people enjoy listening to it as much as I did making it.” Said Flex.

“Nadie Como Tú” is the lead single off of Flex’s fifth studio album “Seduction”.  It was written by famed singer-songwriter Gocho and tells the story of a blessed and genuine love that is able to transform one’s life, asserting that no one has loved the person more than this woman has.  It perfectly describes a love that’s addictive and sublime.  The singer’s trademark “Romantic Style” vibrantly infuses the song giving life to the heartfelt lyrics. In it Flex not only sings but also surprises with his rapping skills.  Chris Jeday, whose previous work includes Don Omar and Daddy Yankee, produced it.