LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "Loco De Amor" ('Crazy From Love') Will Be Released Globally on Tuesday, March 11th.
With Lyrics & Music Written By Juanes, "Loco De Amor" Is The First Spanish Language Album Produced By Steve Lillywhite (U2, Killers, The Rolling Stones & More) With The Collaboration Of Emmanuel "Meme" del Real of Café Tacvba.
In Conjunction With Making His Fourth Appearance On The GRAMMY Awards Telecast, Juanes Recently Spoke About The Album With The Hollywood Reporter's Annual Music Issue.
- Just Released Over the Holidays, Juanes' New Single "La Luz" (The Light) Continues Its Fast Climb At Radio, Already Surging To #6 On Billboard's "Latin Pop Airplay Chart" – While Setting Airplay Records At #1 In Colombia, Argentina & More of Latin America.
"La Luz" is a propulsive fusion of Colombian Cumbia, EDM, and Latin Alt. Rock that captures seduction in the darkness. With over 2.5 Million views already, the recently released video for "La Luz" finds Juanes bringing viewers into the midst of a joyous street party in Old Town Cartagena when the lights go out. Watch Now: VEVO - YouTube
With six solo albums to his credit and multi-platinum sales of over 15 million copies, Juanes is the world's leading all-Spanish language rock artist—both a 2-time GRAMMY and 19-time LATIN GRAMMY winner with eight #1 singles on Billboard's "Hot Latin Songs" chart. Hailed as "the first truly international rock star to emerge from Latin America" (AP) and "a soulful poet…Latin America's hottest singer-songwriter" (NY Times), Juanes is also frequently recognized as one of the Spanish-speaking world's leading social media voices with an online following of over 15 million fans. The Colombian superstar's dedication as a global activist also extends far beyond his passionate lyrics and is seen in his wide ranging charitable work for his own Mi Sangre Foundation and as a co-founder of the "Paz sin Fronteras" (Peace Without Borders) organization, which utilizes music to unite populaces regardless of political or geographic divides and advocates that all people are entitled to the basic human right of peace.
SOURCE Universal Music Latin Entertainment