Friday, July 1, 2011

Selena Gomez on his new album included say in Spanish composer Edgar Cortazar

The singer and actress of Mexican descent Selena Gomez included on his new album, which went on sale this week, the song "You say," the composer Edgar Cortazar, who won a Latin Grammy. The song is the Spanish version of the first single "Who Says" his third studio album, "When the Sun Goes Down", reported today in a news release from the office of the composer.

"You say," written and produced by Cortazar & Mark Portmann, was recorded at Studio City Watersound Studies, California, owned by famed recording engineer Carlos Castro. Cortazar, who has worked with Luis Miguel, Conjunto Primavera, Pedro Fernandez and Olga Tanon, among others, led vocally to young star, who had worked on "A year without rain." The latter, also written by Cortázar and Portmann has already surpassed the 15 million page views on Youtube.

Gomez, who has become popular thanks to the series "Wizards of Waverly Place" Disney Channel has said on other occasions he would not rule out an album in the future entirely in Spanish. The young artist known multiplied his fame after her romance with Justin Bieber young musical phenomenon.

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