Amaia Romero reveals details of her next album and new collaboration with Aitana
The Spanish singer uploaded the cover of her new album to her social media, and revealed multiple details.
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Many Spanish and Latin singers are feeling the decline of the pandemic, and it's a positive moment to bring fresh news to their fans. The last to shake up the scene has been Amaia Romero, who uploaded the cover of her new album to her social media, as well as multiple details about it.
Too much time has passed since her debut album Pero no pasa nada (2019), which put her on top of the music charts in Spain. She is another pearl from the factory of Operación Triunfo, which also represented her country at Eurovision 2018 with “Tu canción.”
After such a long wait, her fans received the announcement with euphoria.
"These are the cover and back cover of my new album Cuando no sé quien soy," she released. As with her first release, the Universal Music Spain label is once again behind the young talent from Navarra.
On its cover, Amaia appears with a fixed gaze and a serious face, holding a heart-shaped pendant in her right hand, which houses inside a black and white photo of her. Her Instagram message, full of emoticons, served to reveal the latest details of the album. Previously, she had dropped some hints.
Among the 10 songs included on the album, there is one that draws special attention. It is her long-awaited collaboration with Aitana, with whom she shared the stage on Operación Triunfo. That moment pushed both of them to success as solo performers.
portada y contraportada de mi próximo disco: cuando no sé quién soy— amaia (@amaiaromero) February 23, 2022
Aitana also helped promote the album on her social media. Since their successful joint performance on television, seen by almost 4 million people, they had not starred in any collaboration. The track where they come together is called, "La canción que no quiero cantarte."
Until now, Romero had released previews of the album, such as “Yo invito,” “Quiero pero no” and “Yamaguchi.” In addition to her own compositions, she dared to include a version of the legendary band Los Planetas on her album Santos que yo te pinté. In addition to Aitana, Rojuu is also another of the collaborating artists.
A post parachuting from a plane accompanied her latest post. With a brief clip of a few seconds, she exclaimed: “vibrating high. Things are coming next week."
For now, the album's release date is unknown, but everything indicates that it will be soon. Alizzz was in charge of the musical production, who is one of the most acclaimed producers on the Spanish-language music scene.
The order of the songs on the long-awaited new album is as follows: "Bienvenido," "Dilo sin hablar," "La vida imposible," "Yo invito," el citado corte con Aitana, "Pesimista," "Quiero pero no" with Rojuu, "La persona," "Santos que yo pinte" and "Yamaguchi."