Alejandro Sanz announces new songs for next year
The singer Alejandro Sanz has announced that he is working on new songs that may be released early next year and that he is planning a new album. Before participating tonight in the Latin Grammy Awards gala in Seville, Sanz seemed happy and said that “Everyone has pitched in” to make this gala go as smoothly as possible., something he is “proud” of. “The one we have all mixed up,” he told reporters.
The singer, who is nominated for record of the year for 'Correcaminos' and song of the year for 'NASA', along with Camilo, has acknowledged that it still makes him “a little nervous” to participate in a gala like this. Asked about his emotional state, after Last May he acknowledged that he is “sad and tired.”the singer has limited himself to pointing out: “Very good, we are already on it.”
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Sanz published on his social networks a message that generated as much concern as support from his followers and colleagues: “I'm not well. I don't know if this helps, but I want to say it. "I'm sad and tired (...) Sometimes I don't even want to be there."
Sanz recovered his emblematic song this Thursday Broken heart in a performance at the most important awards ceremony in Latin music, with a very Andalusian stagingalong with a group of dancers with Manila fans and shawls.
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With glasses with dark lenses and hair dyed platinum blonde, the artist has proclaimed his “pride” in being Spanish just before a staging of Andalusian-inspired arches and surrounded by a large group of dancers who have tapped their feet and waved shawls to the rhythm of their well-known melody. As a curiosity, Sanz has been forced to repeat the spoken introduction to his song due to some mismatch and while a good part of the audience was chanting his name and shouting at him.
Their number has constituted another “wink” to Andalusian culture which was promised by those responsible for this edition and took place just after the opening number of the gala, performed by Rosalía, who covered in a flamenco key “Se nos roto el amor”, popularized by her compatriot Rocío Jurado and written by Manuel Alejandro .
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