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Alejandro Sanz is the "first on the list" of artists with whom Gente de Zona would collaborate, after the success of "Bailando," which plays with Enrique Iglesias and Descemer Bueno, that has earned global passport to go touring Europe.

"Alejandro Sanz" answered almost in unison Alexander Delgado, founder of Gente de Zona in 2000, and Malcom Randy Martinez, who joined him two years ago, when asked about what Spanish artist would like to work after their lucky experience with Enrique Iglesias on "Bailando".

"A song changes your life," muses Delgado, deep voice of the duo, who also holds the reins in a small meeting with Spanish media at the Embassy of Cuba in Madrid for the tour of Spain that begins Thursday in Madrid and they also carry Barcelona, Granada, Cadiz and Malaga.

The song was written by Iglesias and Bueno. Gente de Zona he gave a decisive victory for global touch. The theme reigned at the fifteenth annual Latin Grammy awards for Song of the Year 2014, Best Urban interpretation and best urban song was.

He is now nominated for six Latin Billboard Awards, while on the authors and the Sony / ATV Music Tunes, Universal and EMI April record hangs a plagiarism lawsuit, filed last January 26 in federal court in Florida (USA) by Cristian Mauricio Escuti artists and German Schulz, who say "Bailando" is a copy of "Quiero bailar contigo", recorded by them in 2009.

After the great year 2014 was for them, with "Bailando", plus two other collaborations "Tu me quemas" (Chino & Nacho and The Cadillac) and "Yo quiero" (Pitbull), their goal is "keep working".

2015 has begun "well" with the European tour. They have already been to Sweden, Austria and Italy, with concerts that have taken good Cuban merengue "joy" and "warmth" with urban beats, reggaeton and to combat the cold snap installed in much of the continent, say with a laugh.

The long term goal now is to follow in the footsteps of great Cuban groups like Buenavista Social Club, in spreading the "Cuban" and shorter, conquer Alejandro Sanz.

Source: Diario de Cuba

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