Reik - Ciego


Reik has premiered the video for “Ciego”, a song that belong to his next album.

“Ciego” is the first single from his upcoming studio album, which will be available for 2014.

Watch the video below and tell us what you think!.

Fui un ciego,
Por sentirme seguro de ti,
Hoy no te tengo,
Me perdí en otros labios caí,
Todo fue un juego,
Y destrocé tu corazón,

Me arrepiento,
Se acabo nuestro amor y empezó,
Un otoño eterno,
Que dejo en el silencio a mi sol,
¿Como detengo?,
Este camino de dolor,

Voy contra el viento,
Cuando te fuiste se apagaron mis latidos,
Cada recuerdo,
Me va dejando en este sueño mal herido,
Me estoy muriendo,
Cayendo en esta soledad,

Como cambio,
Esta cruel realidad con tu adiós,
Soy un extraño,
Sin tu amor que evitaba mi voz,
Me estoy quemando,
No queda nada entre los dos,

Voy contra el viento,
Cuando te fuiste se apagaron mis latidos,
Cada recuerdo,
Me va dejando en este sueño mal herido,
Me estoy muriendo,
Cayendo en esta soledad,

Voy contra el viento,
Cuando te fuiste se apagaron mis latidos,
Cada recuerdo,
Me va dejando en este sueño mal herido,
Me estoy muriendo,
Cayendo en esta soledad,

Voy contra el viento,
Cuando te fuiste se apagaron mis latidos,
Cada recuerdo,
Me va dejando en este sueño mal herido,
Me estoy muriendo,
Cayendo en esta soledad,

Fui un ciego,
Por sentirme seguro de ti,
Hoy no te tengo.

For their self-titled album, see Reik (album).
Reik
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Julio, Jesús and Gilberto.
Background information
Origin Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico
Genres Latin Pop / Mexican pop
Years active 2003–present
Labels Sony Music
Website Reik.tv
Members Jesús Alberto Navarro Rosas
Julio Ramírez Eguía
Gilberto Marín Espinoza

Reik is a Latin Grammy-winning Mexican band from Mexicali, Baja California formed by Jesús Alberto Navarro Rosas (lead vocals), Julio Ramírez Eguía (guitar/background vocals), and Gilberto Marín Espinoza (guitar). The group's name actually means "rake" (as in raking the guitar's strings), but the band wanted their Mexican listeners to pronounce it correctly, hence, Reik.

In 2003, Abelardo Vazquez ended their then-nascent musical project, tentatively called "Reik". Abelardo Vazquez invited Jesús Navarro and Julio Ramirez to record their first demos, which were released through the Mexican underground club scene. Two of the most successful demos — "Levemente" and "Ahora Sin Ti" — brought more widespread coverage across Mexico. In early 2004, Reik invited Gilberto to join the band. They have been famous ever since, mainly in Latin America, Mexico, and the United States. Their videos have been broadcast on famous music television channels, such as MTV and HTV. Their second album, Secuencia, was released on November 14, 2006, which featured the first single, "Invierno" (released on November 6), which gained a lot of popularity based Latin American airplay. In September 2008 Reik released their third studio album Un Día Más.

History

Formation and debut album

In May 2005, Reik released their self-titled debut album, produced by Abelardo Vazquez. The first single "Yo Quisiera" got heavy rotation on Mexican pop radio stations and soon went to number one. Their second single "Qué Vida La Mía" also topped the Mexican charts as did their third single "Noviembre Sin Ti". Their fourth single, "Niña", failed to match the success of their previous singles, charting only at #33.

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30 second sample of the song "Invierno", from the album Secuencia.

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Reik's debut album went gold in Mexico on May 6, 2005 after selling 50,000 copies. In June 2005, Reik traveled to the United States to promote their album and its first single. They had a promotional mini-tour that visited Miami, McAllen, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, San Juan (Puerto Rico), and New York. The album was formally released in the United States in May of that same year. To date, the album has sold 40,000 copies in the United States alone. By May, the album was certified platinum in Mexico for selling 120,000 copies. They have sold over half a million copies all over America to date. On July 6, 2007, Reik participated in the Alltel Wireless “Mi Círculo, Mi Música” (My Circle, My Music) concert in El Paso.

On August 8, 2013, Reik performed at the concert of MBLAQ at the Pepsi Center in Mexico City as guest performers[1] and on October 29 they performed at the 2013 Seoul Internattional Music Fair in Seoul, South Korea.[2]

Discography

Studio albums

Live albums

Singles

Year No Single Album
2005 1 "Yo Quisiera" Reik
2 "Qué Vida La Mía"
3 "Noviembre Sin Ti"
2006 4 "Niña"
5 "Vuelve"
6 "Invierno" Secuencia
2007 7 "Me Duele Amarte"
8 "De Qué Sirve"
9 "Sabes"
2008 10 "Inolvidable" Un Día Más
2009 11 "Fui"
12 "No Desaparecerá"
13 "Voy A Estar"
14 "Mi Pecado" (feat. Maite Perroni) Mi Pecado
2011 15 "Peligro" Peligro
17 "Tu Mirada"
2012 18 "Creo En Ti"
19 "Te Fuiste De Aqui" Peligro-Edicion Especial
2013 20 "Dame Tu Amor" (with INNA) Featured artist

Awards and nominations

Latin Grammy Awards

A Latin Grammy Award is an accolade by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. Reik has received an award from four nominations.

Year Recipient Award Result
2005 Reik Best New Artist Nominated
2009 Un Día Más Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals Won
2012 Peligro Album of the Year Nominated
2012 Creo en Ti Song of the Year Nominated
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reik

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