"Me Arrodillo Ante Ti" by Divino Featuring Abraham climbs Latin chart

A SONG in which "God" sings a duet with an everyday sinner is climbing Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. "Me Arrodillo Ante Ti" ("I Kneel Before You") by Divino Featuring Abraham is from the concept album 'La Iglesia De La Calle' ('The Church Of The Street') released last autumn on Luar/Machete which pairs secular and Christian artists on reggaeton and hip-hop tracks. Divino, real name Daniel Velazquez, sings the part of a man declaring his need for God. He told Billboard, "It's a song that I did thinking about myself and the people who don't practise religion but do have faith, and who look at the heavens every once in a while and say, 'I'm sorry. I'm here.'" Abraham (real name Abraham Velazquez, no relation to Divino), who sings the part of God, hopes the hit will get those who don't normally listen to Christian music to open their ears.

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