Los Dúo 3: They reveal the unpublished song that Luis Miguel did not want to record with Juan Gabriel
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Six years have passed, last August, since the death of the Mexican singer-songwriter, John GabrielThat is why a posthumous album was released that has several collaborations.
One of which and most acclaimed by all is with Luis Miguel, but the singer did not want to record "I must do it", unpublished song that was going to be included in The Duo 3the long-awaited delivery after his death.
The posthumous album Los Dúo 3 was published on November 11, while for this unpublished song, which was not included in this posthumous album, "Divo de Juárez" left a recorded video so that "El Sol" could include his part, but this he could never do it and the theme was left incomplete.
Pedro Torres, director and producer, was in charge of giving this information and alleged that he asked Luis Miguel to do the duet with "Divo de Juárez" in this unpublished song, as a way to thank you for participating in his video "La media vuelta" in 1994.
Nevertheless, 'Luismi' never gave a clear date for the recording and the project was not completed, which is why “I must do it” was not completed and was not included on this album.
Torres was the one who offered details of why Luis Miguel refused to record and said that he was busy recording a ranchero album. "We just signed a campaign for Guerrero, we were very close, so I told Micky and he replied: 'Let me see, I'm very busy, I'm recording a ranchero album.'"
Through the official Instagram of Juan Gabriel, the publication of this album was reported, which with the participation of artists like Anahí, Gloria Trevi, Ángela Aguilar and her father Pepe Aguilar, as well as Mon laferte and the band El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga.
Juan Gabriel died on August 28, 2016 at the age of 66, due to cardiac arrest.
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