Laura Pausini tops a great year for duets
It seems 2014 is the year of musical collaboration with artists from many genres releasing their duets albums.
We start with Italian singer Laura Pausini, who just re-released her album “20 grandes Exitos.”
Pausini recorded incredible duets with Miguel Bosé, Marc Anthony, Kylie Minogue and she will be touring Mexico in the following months to serenade her fans.
But if you are in the mood for Spanish reggae, you can listen to Rosana’s duet with Sie7e called “Sin Miedo,” her second single from her newest album, “8 Lunas.”
“8 Lunas,” consists of 16 hits from Rosanas’ career, 15 of which she invites friends and colleagues to sing with her.
“I gave them the option to sing my songs and make them their own,” Rosana told VOXXI about the process of the production.
“In other words, if someone hears the songs sung by these artists, they would think the track is theirs.”
And let’s not forget the talk of the town with the jazz standards album “Cheek to Cheek,” between Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.
There may be 60 years between them, but the jazz singer and the pop star like making music together.
“When I met her, the first thing I said [was], ‘Let’s do an album together,’” Tony Bennett said on an interview with CBS. “She said, ‘Okay.’ It was just that quick.”
“I was a jazz singer since I was a little girl,” said Lady Gaga, “and nobody had really picked up on it. So when Tony asked, I got really excited.”
The standard version of “Cheek To Cheek” features 11 tracks with 15 tracks on the deluxe version.