Hispanic music legend Juan Gabriel and Puerto Rico’s Luis Fonsi, recently recorded a duet entitled “I ask you please” in Cancun.
The 36 year old Latin pop star said it was a true honour record a song with Juan Gabriel, who is currently continuing his US tour.
According to the Mexican press, the recording took place in Juan Gabriel’s personal study / music studio, where he’s currently planning to make new versions of their hits with his own superstar touch. Although no more names have been released, he’s said to have a long list of talent that he plans to work with.
Luis Fonsi was very excited and grateful for the invitation and it was he who broke the news via social media with a photo of him and Gabriel in the middle of a session.
In late October, Juan Gabriel also recorded one of his songs with Colombian Juanes, who thanked the Mariachi and Latin pop icon on Twitter for the opportunity.
Gabriel is currently promoting two albums that were released this year, “Mis 40 en Bellas Artes” and “Mis Número 1…40 Aniversario.”
Between the new recording sessions he is continuing his tour of the United States after health ailments took him off the road for the Summer. He’ll be taking a short break for the holidays and will commence the tour in February, with dates in Arizona, California, Texas, and Florida.
Grammy award winner Luis Fonsi is also promoting a new album entitled “8”, however he has not been on tour since his epic 2011 to 2013 Tierra Firme Tour.
Meanwhile Juan Gabriel was recently involved in a banking error where a teacher of Political and Social Sciences ended up being given Gabriel’s credentials by mistake and only realized when he went to cash his check from the University of Mexico. The error reportedly took place when staff at the National Fund for Culture and Arts offices, handed back the wrong papers after the teacher went to do some processing.
The matter was quickly rectified and no identity theft or crimes are believed to have taken place.
–Courtesy of Air Herald