Romeo Santos Quotes

  • I don't like planning what am I gonna say to the crowd. Sometimes the show takes a whole different twist.
  • My love life is good, and I feel like part of what's made it good is not talking about it.
  • I think marriage works for some people, but I just don't think it could work for me. I don't see it.
  • I always had a passion for writing, but I always visualized other artist singing my lyrics, I never visualized myself.
  • I want to touch people's lives with my music and my lyrics.
  • My fans love me; they've made me this sex symbol. I don't feel I am, but they feel that way. They find me attractive, like I'm a sexy dude. I try my best to make them believe the illusion.
  • 'Despacito' is phenomenal; you can't really chase that type of success. I'm a huge fan of the record, the original, and then when the remix came out, I said, 'Oh my God, it just got greater!'
  • I definitely need a girl that has a good sense of humor because there are some girls that are just very uptight.
  • I know what it is to be out entertaining millions and yet wanting to be home because you miss your loved ones.
  • I don't know if I believe in marriage - I believe in love.
  • There really isn't a formula for success.
  • If I'm performing in the United States, I'm able to speak Spanglish, and the crowd comprehends. If I'm in the Dominican Republic or Puerto Rico, then I'm completely Spanish. I feel like a New Yorker that represents all Latinos.
  • I've been so private. That's part of the reason they've said, 'Is Romeo gay?' No. I just don't want to show you my girl - if I got a girl.
  • If you put out quality music, you're always going to be in a good place.
  • It's really sad for me that in the United States the Latino community is losing its culture and language, especially among kids born here - a lot of them can't even speak our language.
  • You could be the most beautiful girl, but if you're stuck up, that doesn't do it for me.
  • I just want people to know me.
  • I always had this fascination with superheroes. Who didn't love Hulk and Spider-Man?
  • I would always talk with my friends in English and Spanglish, but it was more like slang. It was more like, 'Yo, what's up, dog?' But in Spanish, I know what's proper, and what's ghetto. I know the difference.
  • Part of my success with urban bachata is reinventing yourself as an artist and continuing to give people different kind of fusions, mixing up the elements and concepts without changing the beat.
  • I always want people to expect the unexpected, to hear me in records that have nothing to do with bachata. 'Golden' is the golden opportunity for them to appreciate me on other records.
  • You see a lot of talented people, but you usually don't see talented people who, behind the scenes, know how to conduct themselves on a higher level.