Chile — Thursday, March 28th, 2019 — The Chilean teacher who left aside his career to devote himself to his passion: music. Pop fan, since childhood he has participated in festivals and musicals, in 2019 he releases his first single “Perdamos el Aliento”, a pop song with electronic bases.
Born in Quito, Ecuador, this Chilean based in Santiago de Chile, has dedicated his professional life to helping humble people to develop their own businesses. Without ever leaving aside his passion for music, after reaching personal maturity to embark on a real project, he releases his first song, produced by the Chilean label Rimás de Balcón.
With his own Latin style but with vocal influences from American pop, he mixes electro and synth pop with Latin American sounds. In his lyrics he speaks of himself, reflecting the feelings of those who live in large cities and highly demanding societies, inviting them to live freely without neglecting personal desires.
Fernando Monk, the new Latin pop artist who mixes dance, electro, and synth-pop with Latin American sounds. A bailable and avant-garde proposal, 100% in Spanish.
With his own Latin style but with vocal influences from American pop, he mixes electro and synth pop with Latin American sounds. In his lyrics he speaks of himself, reflecting the feelings of those who live in large cities and highly demanding societies, inviting them to live freely without neglecting personal desires. Find him as Fernando Monk on all digital streaming and download platforms or on his website fernandomonk.com
Fernando Monk is a Chilean singer-songwriter born in Quito, Ecuador. From a very young age, he has shown his love for singing, participating in musicals and student festivals.
In 2019 he launched his musical career, after “reaching personal and creative maturity to show an honest, avant-garde and professional pop proposal in Spanish”.
His first single is “Perdamos el Aliento”, a dance-pop theme, co-written by Fernando and Lesz, in which he refers to the daily demands of life in today’s society, inviting them to live freely, without complexes and be oneself. The song was produced by Chilean label Rimas de Balcón.
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