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"Here I am," the reggaeton song for WYD Panama 2019

It is titled "Aquí Estoy (Here I Am)," and it is a reggaeton song the Ramón Pané Foundation has launched for WYD in Panama.

It is a melody that will be heard in Cristonautas park during the event.

President, Ramón Pané Foundation

"We made a song that was just released yesterday by two singers and we've made it bilingual because we want to learn languages from other places. It will be sung in Spanish and English simultaneously in a reggaeton rhythm and it's called 'Aquí Estoy (Here I am).'"

It was produced by singer-songwriter Iván Díaz and Fr. Robert Galea, who have joined two languages to create this up-beat song.

President, Ramón Pané Foundation

"It will be sung with a famous Australian priest, Robert Galea, and Iván Díaz from Colombia. This will lead us to the fact that prayer can be expressed in many ways."

For Fr. Robert Galea, it is his second time participating participation in WYD. In 2011 he performed the theme song for the Sydney event.