The song will be available beginning today for digital download
“Por Siempre Mi Amor”, which stars Guy Ecker and Susana González, premieres next Monday, October 7
Having become one of the favorite coaches on the current season of La Voz México, where he helps develop new artists alongside his colleagues Marco Antonio Solís, Alejandra Guzman and Wisin & Yandel, David Bisbal now lends his talent and incomparable voice to the Mexican telenovela, “Por Siempre Mi Amor”, singing the series’ official theme song “Para Enamorarte de Mí”. The son gis a beautiful ballad where Bisbal expresses his heartwrenching emotions to the object of his affection and promises to do whatever is in his power to make her fall in love.
“Por Siempre Mi Amor” premieres next Monday, October 7 at 16:15 on El Canal de Las Estrellas and will star Guy Ecker and Susana González, under the direction Ignacio Sada.
David Bisbal is Spain’s most international renown artist of the last decade, becoming one of the Spanish-speaking world’s most universal artists and an integral figure on the Latin pop scene. Since his debut in 2002, until today, he has sold more than 5 million albums with 60 Platinum and Gold sales certifications in his career. He has delivered 5 international tours and offered more than 600 concerts throughout the world. The music industry has honored him with 60 awards, amongst them: the Latin GRAMMY® for Best New Artist (2003) and Best Pop Vocal Album (2012) for “Una noche en el Teatro Real”, in addition to various Latin BILLBOARD® Awards for all of his productions, two Premios ONDAS for Best Album “Corazón latino” (2002) and Best Spanish Artist (2006), and a World Music Award Best Latin Artist in the World (2003_ as well as two IFPI Platinium Awards for his sales in Europe. He has shared stages with the biggest international artists and has recorded music with global pop icons including Rihanna and Miley Cyrus, among others. In 2011 he launched his most personal project, the first acoustic tour of his career, offering 128 concerts throughout Spain, Latin America, the United States, Canada and the great European capitals such as Paris and London.