Latin star posts a "little" album preview for impatient fans.
Alejandro Sanz has announced that his new album, which follows 2012’s La Música No Se Toca, is finished. Tickets have gone on sale for 11 summer/fall 2015 dates in his native Spain, part of an anticipated worldwide tour in support of the upcoming spring release.
Sanz informed his 11 million followers on Twitter that his tenth studio album is “officially finished,” and that a first single has been chosen. A release date for the single and album have not yet been announced. Joking that he was giving fans a "little" preview of the album on Instagram, he disappointed fans with a video that turned out to capture the sound of one random chord.
Oficialmente hemos terminado la grabación del disco. Aquí os dejo un "pequeño" adelanto de lo que será… http://t.co/mBUQcCqr1E— Alejandro Sanz (@AlejandroSanz) December 21, 2014
The Miami-based singer-songwriter rose to Latin superstardom with the release of his 1997 album Más; he has won 17 Latin Grammys and three Grammys. Sanz previously revealed that he had written forty songs in preparation for the new recording, and actually recorded 18 tracks. A reported 14 songs will make it to the final product.