Ricky Martin is giving his latest single a little Spanish flair…
The 41-year-old Puerto Rican singer and coach on the recent season of The Voice Australia will be performing a Spanglish version of “Come With Me” at the upcoming Premios Juventud gala, according to his publicist.
Martin, whose new single has risen to the No. 1 spot on radio stations in Australia and Latin America, will sing his Spanglish number on July 18 at Miami’s BankUnited Center.
“Come With Me” marks Martin’s return to recording after his performance in the Broadway revival of Evita and the kudos he earned for his work on Australia’s version of The Voice.
“Come With Me,” was released to online music sites last month, is a collaboration with Ilan Kidron, vocalist of the Potbelleez group.
The four-time Grammy winner has sold more than 70 million albums worldwide.
Ricky Martin is encouraging the world to come with…
The 41-year-old Puerto Rican singer and former Menudo member has released his brand new single “Come With Me.”
Available through digital music stores, the electronic dance pop track was produced by Anthony Egizii and David Musumeci, known as DNA, from Australia, where Martin has been serving as a judge on the Australian version of NBC’s The Voice.
Martin’s time Down Under time will conclude with a tour throughout Australia in October.
Meanwhile, he’ll be working in Miami on his next album.
Martin’s 2011 album Musica + Alma + Sexo debuted in the No. 1 spot on Billboard‘s Top Latin Albums chart.
Here’s a look at Martin’s Australian tour dates:
Oct. 5 – Melbourne – Rod Laver Arena
Oct. 10 – Adelaide – Entertainment Centre
Oct. 12 – Perth – Perth Arena
Oct. 16 – Brisbane – Entertainment Centre
Oct. 18 – Sydney – Allphones Arena