Award-winning, multiplatinum Latin-American group, CNCO unveil new song “Hero,” the third track released from the group’s upcoming new album Déjà Vu. The track, which reimagines the 2001 global hit by Enrique Iglesias, also marks the group’s first fully English recorded song. The accompanying visual, directed by renowned director Carlos Perez, homages the Backstreet Boys iconic “Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely” video. CNCO is set to make the performance debut of “Hero” on Good Morning America, Monday, December 14th.
Additionally, earlier this week CNCO was named an honoree on the esteemed annual “30 Under 30” Music List, Class of 2021. The list, which looks at people topping charts and shifting culture in music, was just this year by class of 2014 alum Taylor Swift, among others. CNCO marked the only Latin act honored in the Class of 2021. See HERE.
CNCO kicked off their new album era last month with their reimagination of “Tan Enamorados.” The track, which is the group’s new take of the song made widely popular in the 80’s by Ricardo Montaner, dropped alongside the Carlos Perez directed visual, which payed homage to a major pop culture moment of 1988, the same year the song came out, with references to New Kids On The Block’s, “(You’ve Got It) The Right Stuff” video. Upon release, the song and video shot up the YouTube Trends charts all over Latin America and receive praise from media including Rolling Stone, Billboard, People and V Magazine, among others. The single also continues to grow in Latin America, occupying top radio positions in Argentina (Top 10) and in México, Chile, Peru and Central America (Top 40). Click HERE to watch.
Following “Tan Enamorados,” CNCO dropped “Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti.” The 1996 hit, originally by Puerto Rican rapper Big Boy and Angel Lopez, followed the theme and was released with a visual that pays homage to *NSYNC’s iconic “Tearin’ Up My Heart” video, which was released within the same year. Click HERE to watch.
Last week, CNCO made the live television debut performance of “Tan Enamorados” on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Click HERE to watch.