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Alejandro Sanz presents “Mi Marciana”

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“La Música No Se Toca” is the most successful Latin Pop album of the moment, being certified quadruple platinum in Spain, double platinum in Colombia, platinum en Mexico and gold in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Peru and Argentina

 

“La Música No Se Toca” debuted #1 in sales in 18 countries around the world and both its singles so far have posted up atop the radio charts in 15 countries

 

“Mi Marciana” was simultaneously premiered on Univision Radio in 10 U.S. markets including Los Angeles, Miami and Chicago

 

The Spanish singer-songwriter will perform at the 25th anniversary edition of Premio Lo Nuestro, where he will additionally receive the Premio a la Excelencia for  his 20+ year musical career

 

Los Angeles, CA (Wednesday February 13, 2013) – After topping the radio charts around the world with “No Me Compares” and “Se Vende”, the first and second singles from his most recent album “La Música No Se Toca”, Alejandro Sanz presents “Mi Marciana”. The song was penned by Alejandro and produced by multi-award winning producer Julio Reyes Copello.

 

On February 21st, Alejandro will join the 25th edition of Premio Lo Nuestro, where he will not only wow the crowed with a special performance, but he will also be awarded with the Premio a la Excelencia honoring his musical legacy. Throughout the years the singer-songwriter has been nominated to Premio Lo Nuestro FOURTEEN times, including THREE nominations this year for Album Of The Year (La Música No Se Toca), Best Pop Male Artist and Video Of The Year (No Me Compares).

 

Alejandro Sanz is a THREE-TIME GRAMMY And SIXTEEN-TIME LATIN GRAMMY WINNER who has sold over 22 Million albums. His latest multi-platinum release “La Musica no se Toca” (“You Can’t Touch the Music”) debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Album’s chart in September, and remains the best-selling Latin pop album in  the United States since its release. The album’s first single “No me Compares” soared to #1 On the “Hot Latin Songs” chart and hit #1 in iTunes sales in the U.S. and in 17 other countries.

 

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