Romeo Santos Talks Being ‘Nervous’ When Filming ‘The King Stays King’ Live DVD
It's good to be king, but even Latin pop music royalty isn't immune to a case of nerves when it comes to performing a larger-than-life concert at one of the most storied locations in existence. Romeo Santos opened up about his new live album/DVD 'The King Stays King,' which was filmed at New York City's Madison Square Garden, the world's most famous arena.
Santos, the former singer of Bachata group Aventura, revealed how he truly felt about the experience, since it's MSG and he wanted to fill the room.
"Honestly speaking, I was nervous," the Latin pop star said in a chat with Acceso Total for Walmart.
Turns out, Santos enjoyed not one, not two, but three sold-out shows at the venue, performing before capacity crowds. So his nerves, while very real and totally understandable, were unfounded. If you weren't fortunate enough to see Santos at MSG in NYC, well, you can enjoy it all on the DVD.
To see the rest of Santos' interview about the live release, go here. The interview is in Spanish.
Watch a Preview of Romeo Santos Acceso Total Interview