Alejandra Guzmán’s next project will have fans in the front row of the action…
The 45-year-old Mexican singer/actress has recorded her new album, Primera Fila, at a Mexico City concert that Guzmán called “very special, very different.”
Mexico’s “Queen of Rock” gave the audience a mix of songs, some old favorites and some new tunes, during the recording of the album that will feature 16 numbers and go on sale in November.
During the filming – which featured audience cues for applauding and cheering –
Guzmán had to repeat some songs. But that didn’t stop the crowd from enjoying Guzmán’s music, including duets with Dani Martin, Beatriz Luengo, Luis Fonseca and Draco Rosa, with whom she sang in English.
At Churubusco Studios, Guzman debuted songs like “Quitatelo,” “Entre los Dos” and “Como Ladrones,” while singing well-known numbers like “Eternamente Bella,” “Volver a Amar,” “Hacer el Amor con Otro” and “Yo Te Esperaba.”
The latter song, written for her daughter Frida when Guzman was pregnant with her, was one of the more emotional moments of the concert and was performed in a quiet, intimate atmosphere.
During her career, the Latin Grammy-winning singer has sold 15 million albums worldwide.