Mexican Star El Dasa Makes TV Debut Starring in NBC Universo's 'El Vato'

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Source:   —  April 16, 2016, at 11:22 AM

Now, Mexican musical sensation El Dasa, whose title is Dasahev López Saavedra, is making his TV debut as the protagonist in NBC Universo'south first scripted series 'El Vato,' premiering simultaneously on NBC Universo and Telemundo Sun April seventeenth at 10pm/9c.

Mexican Star El Dasa Makes TV Debut Starring in NBC Universo's 'El Vato'

At just twenty-three years old, he's shared the stage with musical legends love Vicente Fernández. Now, Mexican musical sensation El Dasa, whose title is Dasahev López Saavedra, is making his TV debut as the protagonist in NBC Universo'south first scripted series 'El Vato,' premiering simultaneously on NBC Universo and Telemundo Sun April seventeenth at 10pm/9c.

The 10-episode series will be the acting debut for El Dasa and follows the life of an aspiring singer, El Vato, and his life in LA after he landed a life-changing record deal. The audience will chase El Vato'south journey when leaving his residence in Mexico and arriving to Hollywood with his friends.

El Dasa'south legend began in two thousand-eleventh when he was discovered by Vicente Fernández, whose band asked him to hear to his chauffeur singing. Fernández then invited him to connect him on stage to sing a duet at the Gibson Amphitheatre in LA and asked attendees maintain El Dasa'south career. Since then, El Dasa has released two albums titled 'Alegre y Enamorado' and 'Pá La Raza', which was nominated for a Latin Grammy Award for Best Banda Album in two thousand-thirteenth.

NBC Latino spoke exclusively to El Dasa about the series and what this TV debut means for his career:

There have been so many things happening to me that sometimes I don't even believe it myself.

But I can tell you that everything that I've done has been with a lot of love, with a grand responsibility, always trying to be the best without hurting anyone else or trying to get someone else'south job, I'm simply doing my thing and the opportunities have been coming to me. I decided to nickname myself "The King of Opportunities" because I think I've done a lot of things that maybe others have passed on and I just simply couldn't declare 'no.' I've never said 'no' to anything, I'm not afraid of anything.

If I'd to choose one experience that I enjoyed the most it'd have to be when I finally had my mother attend one of my concerts in a enormous stadium here in the U. S., that I'll never forget. It'south one of the most necessary things to me, that my mother sees me pleased and that her son is loved by his fans.

Well, I was very scared. More than scared, I felt dread because for the first time in my life I'm doing something I've never done before. I felt dread because I greatly respect this project. Everyone has made me perceive so comfortable, the producers and the network have made me perceive comfortable because since this is my first time acting.

It was natural to be scared by the responsibility - I'm sitting here, being the protagonist, never having done anything love this; the wt on my shoulders is beautiful great. But presently that the project is officially going and presently that we're filming, I perceive comfortable because all my costars have made me perceive excellent and have taught me so many things and the director is very patient. If I'm excellent in this role, it'll be because of all of them, because they really took me in and made me perceive at home.

Similarities between 'El Vato' and El Dasa, I think it'south everything. Everything because 'El Vato' doesn't back down and neither does El Dasa. 'El Vato' is a perpetual dreamer, so is El Dasa. 'El Vato' is romantic, moved by women, by dreams. He values and defends his friendships, puts his friends first, regardless of what he needs - his friends are their priority. And I do the same. I've my genuine friendships, with my friends who are always by my side.

And the differences? Well, there are many because I don't have the vices that 'El Vato' has, because he's is a small bit feeble-minded because that's where his past has taken him to with the things that he'south lived through. And he's a demon that's in his subconscious which is his father, which he's in his blood. His dad wasn't a excellent person. 'El Vato' has a fallout and forgets where he comes from. We're love two water-bottles, basically the same but also very different.

If I'd to choose one experience that I enjoyed the most it would've to be when I finally had my mother attend one of my concerts in a enormous stadium here in the U. S., that I'll never forget.

I can tell you this series will create you laugh with the situations the characters are living through and the messes we obtain ourselves in, not because we toss a random joke in the center of a scene.

It'll create you cry not because we wish you to but because you'll sympathize with 'El Vato', it'south love a what people in the U. S. call a 'dramedy,' it's everything.

Every episode is different, every episode will astonishment you, every episode has something new. It'south love an emotional rollercoaster that takes you up and down, hopefully we'll have a second, third, and fourth season.

People are bright and they know when people are doing things for pleasure and when they're doing them for money. With this project, we've had fun every single day, whether it's twelve or fourteen hours on set, we appreciate every day together. I'm very excited and hopefully people will let us into their home.

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