New Latin Artist STILL ALIVE Debutes on Telemundo Network

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Tune in this Wednesday, May 7, 2008 to the Telemundo Network- Cada Dia show at 8:00 a.m. The Colombian hip-hop, reggaeton group STILL ALIVE will make their first U.S. appearance.

Colombian hip-hop, reggaeton group STILL ALIVE will make their first U.S. appearance on the world Latin TV network Telemundo. Group members Sunday, brother Makliky, cousans Rj, and Big-Day, will hit the show with a interview and live performance of the debut single entitled "Lady".

"We are overwhelmed with the joy the U.S. brings us," states Sunday, who wrote the smash hit at age 16. "But we are focused to show the world we are ready, and have been for quite sometime. We hail from Cali, Colombia and our style is not the same as the rest of the reggaeton sound. We mix our music with hip-hop, and deep base groves. We want people to dance and feel our lyrics."

The group enters with huge reviews and is gaining spins on U.S. charts. and is signed to Patro'n Records of Phoenix, Ariz. Destiny is at hand. After 10 years of hard work, many obstacles, and sacrifices, Still Alive has perfected their craft and have created "Un Nuevo Estilo" (A New Style.) Their name "Still Alive" was written in English over ten years ago in order to have a broader, world appeal and was taken from their future dream to one day be on a world stage.

In 2006, Still Alive met up with Abel Romero, CEO of Patrón Records and a long-time DJ veteran/music producer. With only a few resources and a lot of hard work, Still Alive is now closer to that world stage. Still Alive is also heating up MySpace with close to one million hits.

The debut video will also be airing on variouse Latin video programs this summer.

Visit the band's MySpace page at http://www.myspace.com/patronrecordsinc.

Preview the video at http://www.blastro.com/stillalive.

For information and bookings contact Abel Romero via email info @ patronrecords.com or toll free at 1-877-7patron.

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