Alejandro Sanz isn’t going anywhere…
The 50-year-old Spanish singer has renewed his artist recording agreement with Universal Music Spain.
Sanz and Universal Music’s alliance dates back to 2011 and has led to the launch of two studio album releases (La Música No Se Toca and Sirope), three live performance albums (La Música No Se Toca En Vivo, Sirope Vivoy +ES+ El Concierto) and the documentary film Sanz: Lo Que Fui Es Lo Que Soy.
“Prolonging the agreement with Universal allows me to continue growing as an artist,” said Sanz in a press release. “It allows me to create and innovate within a trusted environment. It strengthens me as a musician to stay on the same route I have been advancing for years.”
Today the renewed alliance starts a new phase of work and artistic collaboration.
“Working with Alejandro, the most successful Spanish artist of the last three decades and renewing this commitment, gives us the opportunity to continue reinventing together the new model of creation, communication, consumption and marketing of music in all its facets,” added Narcis Rebollo, President of Universal Music Spain and Portugal. “Ratifies Universal Music as the pioneering and leading entertainment company in its sector.”
Last year, Sanz released “No Tengo Nada,” the first single of his forthcoming album titled #ElDisco. He also announced his four major concerts in Spain this year as part of the #LaGira Tour.
Sanz has won 17 Latin Grammys and three Grammys. He has received the Latin Grammy for Album of the Year three times, more than any other artist.