Los Rivera Destino Dedicate Performance of ‘Te Boté’ to Ricardo Rosselló

Jul 19, 2019
9:23 AM

The Puerto Rican group Los Rivera Destino recently stopped by Futuro Media’s Latino USA‘s office for a short live performance. The group, known for their bolero covers on reggaetón hits like “Dura” and their original satirical songs, took the moment to send a message to Ricardo Rosselló, Julia Keleher, and other politicians accused of corruption in Puerto Rico. “This song that we’re going to interpret is dedicated to all the toxic people in your life,” one of the band’s vocalists said, “and to corrupted politicians.” The band then went on to perform a rendition of “Te Boté,” one of their most popular remixes.

Check out the “Live From Latino USA” performance here:

The group joins the growing list of musicians and artists who have asked for the ousting of Rosselló. On Tuesday, they took to Twitter to call on people to attend Wednesday’s historic protest where an estimate of over 100,000 people showed up, using the hashtag #RickyTeBoté.

Earlier this year, Latino Rebels interviewed the band about the released of their single “Flor,” a collab with Benito “Bad Bunny” Martinez dedicated to fathers. Read that interview here.