Havana - Cuban singers Alexander Delgado and Randy Malcom, members of the urban music duo Gente de Zona, announced the eve their new phonogram will come out on May 24.
Under the title Otra cosa (Something Else), the album features the musical production of Malcom himself, along with Angel Arce, Alejandro Arce and Motiff.
Cuban and foreign guests collaborated in the phonogram's realization, such as Franco de Vita, Mau and Ricky, Gustavo Lima, Kelvis Ochoa, Gilberto Santa Rosa, El Chacal, El Micha, Silvestre Dangond, Farina, Ana Mena, Zion and Lennox, Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Pancho Amat.
In statements to local media, Malcom said that the album will reach all digital platforms after two years of preparation, with a varied musical proposal without being far away from the group's style and identity.
According to the singers, Otra Cosa, is also a statement of how their sound is defined worldwide, by the mixture of Cuban and Caribbean rhythms.
The first advance of this album was heard in March under the title El mentiroso (Liar),featuring the Colombian Dangond.
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