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The seksi latino superstar is about to release his first ever live album with JUANES: MTV Unplugged and finally, we have a teaser of the full concert video.
His latest single La Señal (so pretty, BTW) debuted as the most added new track at Latin pop radio last week - and now U can watch Juanes show off his softer side in his new MTV Tr3s music video (above).
How we love watching him strum his guitar…
And don't forget to check out his Unplugged special on Sunday, May 27 on MTV Tr3s!
We are SO EXCITED to EXCLUSIVELY announce Univision Radio’s H20 Music Festival!!!
This summer, all of your favorite English and Spanish mainstream artists will be brought together on ONE stage!
Here’s what we can tell you so far about the bi-cultural musical event:
And as a special treat, we have the soon-to-be-hit available for you to listen to! Check out the full version, with a special intro by the hottie singer himself, above.
This marks the first Latin single ever released by Universal Music Latin Entertainment specially mastered for iTunes. Also, starting today, fans can pre-order the full Juanes MTV Unplugged album, also mastered for iTunes, with songs “specially tuned for higher fidelity to give fans the best possible listening experience on their computers, stereo’s and all apple devices.”
Juanes MTV Unplugged will have its US television premiere on May 28th on MTV Tr3s, with the album being released the following day in stores and online.
In the mean time, you can purchase your own copy of Juanes’ single, La Señal, by clicking HERE.
We love us some Juanes!
29 39-year-old Colombian singer is set to release his latest single La Señal next Tuesday on iTunes.
In the mean time though, check out a snippet of the song above.
We have a feeling this one might be another hit!
What do U think of the song so far?!?
Get ready to move, kids!
Juanes is inspiring children to be active by singing Muevete with Elmo and Rosita on Sesame Street.
In his song, he tells kids to move to the music by using their "manos," "cabeza," and "pies!" Or Hands, Head and Feet!
So much fun! Your kids are sure to love this! And hopefully they'll be inspired to get up and dance along!
Check out Juanes' episode of Sesame Street on October 4.