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  1. Feten Feten (feat. Jorge Drexler) - Ganando el Tiempo

Those of us who found this song by chance on social networks were surprised that Jorge Drexler had ventured into such a beautiful and different musicality. But the reality is that behind his voice is a fantastic duet that since 2009 has been, as they put it, "making harmony the language of the soul". Ganando el Tiempo is part of the last collaborative album of Diego Galaz and Jorge Arribas, who have finally decided to give voice to their music.

  1. Astros de Mendoza - Sr. Sayamin

The fusion of cumbia and electronic music has pleased fans and connoisseurs of the new trends in Latin America. Astros de Mendoza has made good use of this merger since 2012, in collaboration with big names such as Molotov, Kinky, and Panteón Rococó. "Mr. Sayamin "is part of their 2015 album.

  1. Eros Ramazzotti - No Estamos Solos

This Italian singer with more than 30 years of experience has decided to publish a compilation of his best collaborations at the end of 2017. Among them "No Estamos Solos" (Non Siamo soli) together with the Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin.

  1. Tó Brandileone - Xi, De Pirituba a Santo André

Originally from Sao Paulo, Tó Brandileone has positioned himself as a singer/songwriter of the pop, rock and traditional music scenes in Brazil since 2007, collaborating in compositions for films and theater pieces. "Xi, De Pirituba a Santo André" is part of his 2016 album "Eu Sou Outro".

  1. Klaus & Kinski - Mamá, No Quiero Ir Al Colegio

Despite having left the stage very early, this Spanish indie group redefined multi-instrumentalist compositions in the Spanish-American scene. "Mamá, No Quiero Ir Al Colegio" is part of their 2010 album "Tierra, Trágalos."

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