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Today Alejandro Sanz released his single “Un Zombie a la Intemperie” as a collaboration with friend and legendary Italian singer Zucchero.
Sanz, a 17-time Latin Grammy award winner and a 3-time Grammy award winner, has sold over 23 million albums all over the world. His most recent album, Sirope, was released in May, of which “Un Zombie a la Intemperie” is the lead single.
Although the single featuring Zucchero is only available in Italy right now, we’ve included the link to the video via YouTube for those of you who can access it.
See Sanz’s solo version featured on our Top Latin Songs of the Moment-April.
We first took notice of Natalia Jiménez when she was featured on Ricky Martin's "Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú," the Spanish- language version of "The Best Thing About Me Is You" (2011). Beginning her career as a member of the Spanish duo La Quinta Estación in the early 2000s, Natalia has quickly become accomplished as a solo artist over a short period of time. She won the Premio Lo Nuestro for Breakout Artist of the Year in 2012, and her unique voice has been compared to that of the great Celine Dion.
These days she's an extremely busy woman, currently serving as a coach on La Voz Kids and preparing for the launch of her new album Creo en Mí. After hearing (and loving) the powerful title track, her first single from the album, we can't wait to listen to the rest of it when it launches on March 17.
Catch Natalia, alongside Daddy Yankee and Pedro Fernández, on the third season of La Voz Kids Sunday nights starting tomorrow on Telemundo. We'll be watching (and listening)!