Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Robi “Draco” Rosa on Wednesday announced that a new revised version of “Blanca Mujer” (White Woman), his duet with Colombian singer Shakira, will be available on his new album.
The 43-year-old star is back in the limelight with his new album set to be released on March 19th. In addition to his revised duet with Shakira, the album includes duets with other Latino stars like Marc Anthony, Juanes, Juan Luis Guerra, Alejandro Sanz, Ruben Blades, among others.
“For me this album has been a wonderful experience,” said Rosa. “In difficult times the music, the love and support of the fans and all the colleagues involved in this project have been a source of inspiration. They [gave me] solidarity…and hope. I’m really excited and grateful to everyone who helped make this dream possible.”
Rosa’s new album, “Vida” (Life), is a celebration of beating cancer and living a new life.