Natalia Jimenez could be called the “collaboration queen”…
Following her successful collaborations with Ricky Martin and Marc Anthony, the 30-year-old Spanish singer and former lead singer of La Quinta Estacion recently collaborated with Franco de Vita and Daddy Yankee after making her debut as a judge on a talent program in her native Spain.
Jimenez taped “Tan solo tu” with De Vita and worked on “La noche de los dos” with Daddy Yankee, a track that will appear on the Puerto Rican reggaeton star’s next album Prestige.
Meanwhile, Jimenez pulled a Jennifer Lopez and Christina Aguilera by participating in the first Season of the El numero uno, alongside Miguel Bose, Ana Torroja, Sergio Dalma and David Bustamant.
Jimenez says the experience of being a judge was “super great” and, at the same time, it gave her more television visibility in her country, which she believes has helped more people to become familiar with her.
So what’s next for Jimenez? Immersing herself in the songwriting process while preparing to launch a new album. In addition, she’s preparing to go on tour to several U.S. cities including Dallas, Chicago and Anaheim, California, as well as in Venezuela.