Puerto Rican singer Tito Rojas “El Gallo Salsero”, was a very famous singer and beloved in the music industry. He has many famous singles and albums, with over 10 albums. Recently he hit number 13 on the Billboard top 10 tropical Albums Chart With ‘Éxitos y Más’. Last year, he had an unfortunate death where he passed away from a heart attack, but his music lives on.
The artist has many famous hits going back to the 1970s, and people still play his music to this day. If you want to learn more about Tito Rojas hits well then keep on reading. Below we outline ten top hits by the singer to have on your playlist this Summer.
Tito Rojas Dime Si Eres Feliz
One song by Tito Rojas you must have in your playlist is “Dime Si Eres Feliz.” The song is a salsa and is perfect for any family party or event that your aunts and will love to dance to. It’s also a sad song about moving on and finding out if your other half is happy without you.
Siempre Sere By Tito Rojas
“Siempre Sere” which translates to I will always be, is another salsa hit to listen to. It’s a soft salsa and great for playing at the beach with the family. The song speaks about the deep affection you feel for someone and is a romantic hit, for those who love songs.
Ella Se Hizo Deseo
Another hit by Tito Rojas is “Ella Se Hizo Deseo” which speaks about heartbreak and being betrayed by the one you love. The single is straight out of his album “Sensual” which is from 1990. Salsa lovers will enjoy dancing to this hit, next time you go to a Spanish club ask them to play this!
Mujer De Tabla
This hit is a little different than the ones above. “Mujer De Tabla” is a fast merengue to dance at your Puerto Rican or Dominican parties at your friends or even your own home. It’s such a fun song and will have you up on your feet. Also, he doesn’t sing alone, Tito Rojas features in the song alongside the Spanish music group Karis.
Another Tito Rojas song you should give a try is “Sigo Pa’lante.” Within the song, Rojas is singing about continuing and moving forward despite what life throws at you. It’s a great song, if you listen to the words it’s all about how on a bad day he continues moving forward. If you need a pick me up, that empowers you, then this is the song for you.
Por Mujeres Como Tu
“Por Mujeres Como Tu” has an old school salsa feel to it. When hearing it, you will think of your older family members who enjoy music from back in the day. The song is actually really popular and you definitely hear this playing at parties when your uncle has the aux cord. You might even know the words from how much it gets played.
Te Reto By Tito Rojas
Tito Rojas performs this song from his album “Exitos Y Mas.” The album is from 2007 so it actually is pretty new compared to his older albums. This album features 14 songs on it of his best and top hits over the years.
We love the greatest hits albums from our favorite singers because we can have all the best ones together. If you are a huge fan of the Puerto Rican star then you can find all the top songs in this album.
Senora De Madrugada
“Senora de Madrugada” is another well-known song by the famous artist, from 1993. The single is about a woman who is a prostitute who doesn’t care for others’ opinions. Rojas sings about how the woman has to make money all day and continues being a lady in public despite criticism. Like many old-school songs, it sounds romantic till you listen to the words and understand what they are speaking about.
Tormenta De Amor
Another song to add to your playlist is “Tormenta De Amor.” Just like many Tito Rojas songs, it’s a sad romantic song, that will have you thinking about your ex. Within the song, he talks about being tortured with love and his feelings for a woman.
It’s one of those old-school romances that makes you wish artists still sang this way about love and relationships. The song is so well-loved it has 1 million views on youtube as well!
Me Mata La Soledad
The last song by Rojas to have on your Spotify playlist is “Me Mata La Soledad.” Within the song, he sings about missing his ex-girlfriend and how much he wishes he didn’t ruin the relationship. It’s another old-school salsa classic where he reminisces about the love he once had and doesn’t have anymore.