Bryan Dominguez Names His Top Five Albums
He’s only 16, but U-17 Men’s National Team midfielder Bryan Dominguez is no stranger to traveling around the country and around the world to play the game he loves. Whether he’s in England, Japan, Argentina or here in the states, Bryan has one way to keep entertained – listening to music. Check out what he’s listening to as he jumps from plane to bus to boat to car to…well, you get the picture.
Daddy Yankee, “Barrio Fino” (V.I. Music, 2004)
I picked this CD because he brings a lot of energy to his lyrics. I can listen to this CD and get pretty pumped up for a game.
50 Cent, “Get Rich or Die Trying” (Interscope Records, 2005)
I pulled out this CD because 50 Cent is so real in the songs and he talks about what he’s been through. Listening to it allows me to try and get through any problems I have and try to succeed.
Chris Brown, “Chris Brown” (Jive, 2005)
Chris Brown is so romantic and almost all of his songs are about love. I needed to have one CD that was a little bit lighter and I really dig this one.
Lil’ Wayne, “The Carter, Vol. 2” (Cash Money, 2005)
I can listen to this CD and get pumped up right away. It’s a really good CD to listen to right before a game because it helps me get mentally prepared to play. I always keep this one nearby.
T.I., “King” (Atlantic/Wea, 2006)
The easiest thing to say is that I like every song on this CD, so there wasn’t any doubt I was picking it as one of my five. I can just drop it in, and let it run because there’s no need to skip ahead to any song.