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Juanes' Forthcoming Visual Album 'Mis Planes Son Amarte': 5 Things We Know So Far

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Juanes photographed at Perez Art Museum Miami on April 3, 2017 in Miami. 

Ahead of Juanes' visual album Mis Planes Son Amarte release in exactly one month (May 12), Billboard is kicking off the countdown revealing five things you can expect from the Colombian superstar's anticipated audiovisual project directed by Kacho López Mari.

Mis Planes Son Amarte tells the story of a Colombian astronaut who time travels to find true and eternal love. Juanes has already given a sneak peek of the visual album by releasing three tracks: "Fuego," "Hermosa ingrata" and the latest "Ángel."

To help put a few pieces of the puzzle together, below are five things you can expect to see on Mis Planes Son Amarte.

Star-studded cameos

A couple of Juanes' parceros will make a cameo throughout his journey, specifically when he arrives to his hometown of Medellín, Colombia. Those cameos include reggaetón superstar J Balvin and legendary soccer player Juan Pablo Ángel.

Family affair

Juanes' three children sing the chorus on one of the album's most powerful tracks. The song is about bringing love and peace to the world.

Juanes sings en Inglés

The Grammy- and Latin Grammy-winning artist includes his first-ever English song on Mis Planes Son Amarte titled "Goodbye for Now." Juanes tapped producer PooBear for the track.

Collab with Kali Uchis

Juanes gets funky in a collaboration with fellow Colombian singer/songwriter Kali Uchis on the sultry track "Un ratico." It's the first time the two musicians work together. Also be on the lookout for Fonseca's feature, which Juanes discussed on the Latin Connection Podcast

​HBO special 

Following the release of Mis Planes Son Amarte, HBO Latino will premiere a special feature on Juanes titled The Juanes Effect: De Canciones Y Transformaciones, which will air May 19. The episode will include special interviews followed by an in-studio concert where the singer/songwriter will perform new tracks.