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Interview |  Juanes: "We are going to have a great lesson from the pandemic"
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Interview | Juanes: "We are going to have a great lesson from the pandemic"

Juanes continues from strength to strength in his musical career, at 48 years old and 24 Grammy Latinos continues to lead an entire genre. Now the artist publishes his new album, Source.A very special project in his career, since he honors, through different versions, songs that marked the course of his life. His childhood, adolescence and adulthood enshrined in twelve covers in which it does not abandon its roots, but is committed to innovation and creativity.A musical journey in which the Colombian singer travels to the past at the blow of successes What Bilirubinby Juan Luis Guerra; They gave us tenby Joaquín Sabina; Could You Be Loved, by Bob Marley the The love after Love, by Fito Páez, ...
‘What More Well?’, ‘100 Millions’ and ‘No Tengo Dinero’, the musical premieres of J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Juanes
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‘What More Well?’, ‘100 Millions’ and ‘No Tengo Dinero’, the musical premieres of J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Juanes

'100 Million'Bad Bunny and Luar La LAvailable on: iTunes, Spotify and YouTubeVMÁS RATING: 10/10The one who has also revolutionized his followers is the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny, who now unexpectedly launched this song with Luar La L in the purest trap style. 'El Conejo Malo' has the rapper to talk about the luxuries he possesses after becoming a star. With a musical style that mixes reggaeton and trap with genres such as rock, bachata or soul, this song shows us the influence of its beginnings in Latin trap in 2016. With comments such as: “Who is number 1? You don't even have to ask ”,“ We ​​all miss the Rabbit here, his music is the end ”,“ You finally arrived, I missed you Rabbit ”or“ The Rabbit has just arrived from the future with this song ”. "100 Millions" has almost 4 million view...
Andrés Calamaro and duets as reinvention
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Andrés Calamaro and duets as reinvention

To talk about new album by Andrés Calamaro you have to start somewhere else. While the second season of the series about Luis Miguel emited by Netflix, to understand how the singer became immortal in Latin American popular music, it is necessary to rewind it to the Chapter 11 of the beginning of the saga. Two months before ending his contract, his label asked him to release a greatest hits album. But the "Sun of Mexico" flatly refused that idea. In those days, the actress Verónica Castro invited him to her television program, and, to spice up the interview, she had the brilliant idea of ​​crossing it on the piano with Armando Manzanero. That meeting led to the artist adding to his repertoire (loaded at that time with an artillery of soft rock and adolescent pop) some boleros on his tou...
Andrés Calamaro: "A mirror cannot be missing in my dressing room, but I will not say whether vertical or horizontal"
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Andrés Calamaro: "A mirror cannot be missing in my dressing room, but I will not say whether vertical or horizontal"

Andrés Calamaro was the first guest of the most musical week of The anthill (Ana Guerra, Malú and Alaska will visit the Antena 3 program Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, respectively) to present his new album, God raises them, which has collaborations of the stature of Julio Iglesias, Alejandro Sanz, Raphael, Juanes or Sebastián Yatra, among others.The Argentine highlighted that in the song with Julio Iglesias "my ass vibrated just thinking that I was going to go out and sing with him because he is a very committed hand in hand, Julio recording almost 70 years old ... you had to live up to the legend "."Respect for Julio exceeds normal because musicians are like cousins ​​and singers almost li...
“Origen”: our critique of Juanes’ documentary on Prime Video about his musical influences
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“Origen”: our critique of Juanes’ documentary on Prime Video about his musical influences

According to the criteria ofKnow moreIn the privacy of our headphones, we are all eclectic. Lynyrd Skynyrd, Jerry Rivera, Drake, Karol G and even Glenn Gould can coexist in the same 'playlitst'. But, alas, for that artist who dares to betray his origins. Since ancient times, musical style transitions have always been a complicated process. That's why it's nice to see a career like that of Juanes which has made evolution and mixing its banner.SIGHT: Billie Eilish and a documentary showing the crisis behind the promotion | REVIEW“Origen”, the new Colombian album, is a collection of his personal playlist, songs that were the soundtrack of his life, but also inputs to define the musical style with which he became famous all over the planet. Along with the album, Juanes launched a docume...
Juanes exclusively with Somos: “In the midst of frustration and helplessness, there is hope” |  INTERVIEW
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Juanes exclusively with Somos: “In the midst of frustration and helplessness, there is hope” | INTERVIEW

According to the criteria ofKnow moreThe last thing he had Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vasquez (48) in this year and two months of pandemic is a break. He was about to finish recording an album in the first quarter of 2020, until the landscape changed. Far from pausing - he is scared just thinking about it - he embarked on another project, between Colombia and the United States, which accompanied his work in the studio. Thus was born Origen, an album where he reverts twelve songs that marked his life. That accompanied by an Amazon Prime documentary with the same name that can already be seen.On the other side of the screen, from Miami, appears Juanes - who wears a beach shirt, with long hair, shoulder length, and a trimmed beard - full of vitality despite having been in interviews all d...