Puerto Rican group Son by Four, who achieved worldwide success in 2000 with the song “A puro Dolor” and later reversed Christian music, are promoting their new single “Lo que has started.”
“God has begun a good work in us and will complete it as we work together with his grace,” said Jorge Montes, one of the three members of Son by Four, in a press release published this Saturday.
“This song reminds us of this great teaching and truth of faith. To be able to look back and see the word of God and its promises being fulfilled today and always. It’s a reason to give glory to God and give all our lives to Him,” he added.
Montes also said that the theme “What You Started” reminds us that “in times of trouble and tribulation, in nights of suffering and in falls, we know that God is with us and what has begun in you and in me, will end it.”
The theme has a music video starring Colombian actor Andrés Sandoval, protagonist of the Netflix series “La Reina del Flow”.
Before What You Have Started, the last song Son by Four released in August 2020 was Tu Voluntad.
As Montes Efe explained at the time, the muse for composing “Your Will” came during a 2019 sermon given by Pope Francis in which he pondered the subject of God’s will.
“What is the will of God embodied in Jesus? To seek and to save that which was lost,” recalls Montes.
Son By Four’s latest record, Woman in Front of the Cross, earned a 2015 Latin Grammy nomination for Best Christian Album.
In 2000, the group found success with the song “A puro Dolor” from then-rapper Ángel López’s album Son by Four.
The song stayed at the top of Billboard magazine’s “Hot Latin Tracks” list for five months and due to its success it was also heard in countries like Germany, Argentina, Spain, Holland, Mexico and Switzerland as well as in Asia where the Production was sold in the Japanese version.
However, after experiencing “the fame, the money, the red carpets and traveling on private planes,” the group split in 2003.
In 2007 the group launched their first Christian music production “Aquí está el Cordero”, followed by “Abba Nuestro” (Our Father), “Católico soy” and “Mujer Frente a la Cruz”.