Colombian superstar Juanes will sit for an exclusive interview at Billboard's Latin Music Conference, to be held April 23-26 in Miami. This will be The artist's first public interview since the end of his world tour in the fall of 2006.

During the past several years, Juanes has made unparalleled strides in A multiplicity of arenas, from record sales and sold-out concert tours to chart-topping success in dozens of countries, both Spanish and
non-Spanish-speaking.

Juanes comes to the Billboard interview just a few months shy of releasing his new album, the much-anticipated follow-up to "Mi Sangre," which has sold more than 4 million copies worldwide.

Juanes also just launched his own label, 4Js, a joint venture with Universal Music and renewed his recording deal with Universal Music Latino.

A committed advocate for change, the singer/songwriter has also donated time and money to a broad variety of causes, most notably his own Colombia Sin Minas (Colombia Without Mines)foundation, which works to eradicate landmines from Colombia's rural areas.

For more information on the Billboard Latin Music Conference, visit BillboardEvents.com.

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