Before the surprised audience, Mora and Bad Bunny performed the hit “Volando Remix”, during the third performance of “Micro-dosis” at the Coca-Cola Music Hall, in San Juan, Puerto Rico


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The Puerto Rican urban singer Mora, who this Sunday closes his series of concerts “Micro-dosis” in San Juan, had the support and presence on stage of greats of the genre such as Bad Bunny and Sech.

Before the surprised audience, the artists performed the hit “Volando Remix”, during the third show last night of “Micro-dosis” at the Coca-Cola Music Hall, in the capital of Puerto Rico.

Bad Bunny is making history by becoming the first foreign-speaking singer to win MTV’s VMA for Artist of the Year, while also undertaking what is now his most lucrative world tour.

The presentation brought more surprises, as Mora was also joined on stage by artists such as Eladio Carrión, Tommy Torres, Brray and Omy de Oro, among others, according to a statement from the event’s organizers.

“Puerto Rico, thank you for joining me on this important night. For me it is a great satisfaction, a sign that it is worth working for a dream”, said Mora.

Marking a debut with a venue full to capacity, Gabriel Mora Quintero demonstrated his talent to the audience, which has made him an acclaimed exponent of the new generation of the urban genre.

The repertoire included some 40 songs, which reviewed their origins with songs like “Pensabas”, “En Bajita” and “Qué Habilidad”.

Also hits like “La Receta”, “Tuyo”, “512” and “Te Conocí Perriando”, from his first studio album “Primer Día De Clases” (2021).

From his record production “Microdosis” (2022), Mora won over the public by singing songs like “Lindor”, “Robert De Niro”, “Playa Privada”, “Escalofríos” and “Memorias”.

The series of shows, produced by Noah Assad Presents and Move Concerts Puerto Rico, follows Mora’s performances in Spain, Mexico, Colombia and Panama, among others.

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