Danny Ocean - Baby I Won't (Me Rehúso in Spanish)

Music Television presents Dannuy Ocean and his music video to his song Me Rehúso

Music Television is very proud to present Danny Ocean, a 25 year old Venezuelan born artist with a very fresh approach as a international crossover act. He is giving potential to an expansion of multi-lingual music releases from single artists or groups with his song that he released in both Spanish and English.

It is a chance for fans who learn to know the songs in both languages well, to learn a second language in the process. That is the beauty of this sort of event.

His song has a story. In 2016, it was hard for him to get a traditional Valentine's day gift to a girl he liked, who was all the way in Venezuela while he was in Miami. He wrote the song Me Rehúso as the gift.

Musically active since 2009, he released that 2016 Valentine's day song independently. After his manager's then girlfriend (now wife), Venezuelan TV host Osmariel Villalobos, posted the song to to her social media account, the song started to get noticed.

Eventually the traction broke him through and the major international record conglomerate, Warner Music Group (WMG), took notice. In June, 2017, the music industry trade magazine known as Billboard reported that Atlantic Records (a division of WMG) will work Ocean’s English language albums and singles and Warner Music Latina will work his Spanish language music.

Danny's English version of Me Rehúso is titled Baby I Won't.

Both music videos were directed by DJay Brawner. Enjoy!

Danny Ocean - Baby I Won't (English Lyrics)

Danny Ocean - Me Rehúso (Spanish Lyrics)

Connect direct with Danny Ocean at Facebook.com/dannoceanmusic, Instagram.com/dannocean, Twitter.com/Dannocean

Connect direct with DJay Brawner at djaybrawner.com

Connect direct with legendary Warner Music Group (WMG) at WMG.Com

Connect direct with Atlantic Records at AtlanticRecords.Com

Connect direct with Warner Music Latina at Twitter.com/warnermusiclat

Hear one more great multi-lingual crossover act, Gaby Moreno, and her Spanish and English versions of her song titled Love is Gone, or Se Apagó, here: MusicTelevision.com/2017/04/gaby-moreno-love-is-gone-se-apago.html