Veteran Latin crooner Julio Iglesias will release his latest album, "Divorcio," Nov. 4 via Sony International. Led by the radio single "Corazon de Papel" (Heart of Paper), the deeply personal Sony Int

Veteran Latin crooner Julio Iglesias will release his latest album, "Divorcio," Nov. 4 via Sony International. Led by the radio single "Corazon de Papel" (Heart of Paper), the deeply personal Sony International set explores the heartache of divorce and the romantic rebirth that can follow.

The album, Iglesias' 77th, was recorded over a two-year period. Among those who contributed were producers Rudy Perez (Luis Fonsi, Christian) and Robert Livi (Chayanne, José José), and guitarist Rene Toledo (Gloria Estefan, Arturo Sandoval).

A slate of worldwide appearances in support of "Divorcio" is being planned.

Iglesias' last studio album, 2000's "Noche De Cuatro Lunas," bowed at No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Pop Albums chart and reached No. 3 on the Top Latin Albums tally.

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