Alejandro Sanz's New Duet With Alejandro Fernandez 'A Que No Me Dejas': Watch a Teaser

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Alejandro Sanz attends 'Sirope' album presentation at Reina Sofia Museum on May 4, 2015 in Madrid, Spain. 

What’s better than one Alejandro? Two, of course -- each with a different accent.  Spanish crooner Alejandro Sanz has recruited Mexican singer Alejandro Fernández for his new ballad, “A Que No Me Dejas” (I Bet You Won’t Leave Me).

It’s the second single from Sanz’s highly successful album Sirope, which debuted at No. 1 on Top Latin Albums upon its release in May, and topped a nine-year-old sales high in his native Spain.

“Aside from flamenco, some songs have a touch of folk or R&B. It’s a very eclectic sound,” Sanz recently told Billboard about his new album. “It’s a mix of many styles, searching, perhaps, for different path by mixing sounds. I’m looking for each song to tell me something and have a sense. The sound is completely at the service of the songs.”

Alejandro Sanz Talks New Album ‘Sirope’ and the Spirit of Paco de Lucía

The Madrid-born heartthrob shared a 40-second teaser of what’s shaping up to be the video for the song. As usual for Sanz, it has an artsy vibe to it:

Sanz’s tour in support of Sirope kicks off July 30 in Córdoba, Spain. He’ll pause from the tour to serve as one of the judges (along with Laura Pausini and Ricky Martin) on Univision’s new reality talent competition series, La Banda, premiering this September. Following his run on the show, Sanz will embark on a tour of Latin America and the U.S. in the summer of 2016.