Miami-based husband-and-wife Latin metropolitan pop duo Domino Saints shaped in 2007 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. David Leal and Giselle “Gigi” Ojeda, both simply 15 at that time, met over the beach if they had been evacuated in the water carrying out a shark strike; he imagined as an engineer, she a dancer with the brand new York Town Ballet. Rather, they gravitated toward their distributed like of music, ultimately studying jointly at Berklee University in Boston, where they produced a band inspired by serves as disparate as Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, and the authorities. They self-released an eponymous debut record in ’09 2009 before shifting back again to San Juan. Slimmed right down to a duo, they truly became enamored of modern electronic styles like dembow and reggaeton and transformed their design to a high-energy metropolitan audio, with bilingual lyrics in both Spanish and British; relentless gigging boosted their profile, and viewers cherished their music and sexy, hard-partying picture. After touring the U.S. and bagging a high-profile support slot machine with Shakira, they transferred to Miami in 2012 and had been agreed upon by Capitol, who released their sophomore record Malas Mañas (“NEGATIVE TRAITS”). After getting dropped with the label in 2014, they agreed upon with artist-centric indie Rebel Eleven, launching their breakout one, the grinding membership anthem “Ya Quiero,” in 2016. Two even more singles followed prior to the EP Rebels fell in 2017.