Draco and Ricky Martin film the video for “Más y Más” together.
This long awaitedreunion of two iconic stars and friends took place in an old mansion in New York City. Directed by Carlos Perez, this promises to be an unforgettable video.
Draco and Ricky have had many successes throughout their careers, but this will be the first time they’ve sung a song together as solo artists. Whenever these two stars unite, the combination has been historic providing a great contribution to Latin music.
The forthcoming album by Draco, titled Vida (Life), demonstrates the Latin music community’s profound respect for him, as the industry’s greatest talents have eagerly turned out to work with him.
These new versions of Draco’s timeless songs were recorded over a year ago in studios around the world: Spain, Mexico, Argentina, Puerto Rico, London, Miami, New York and L.A.
Vida goes to retail on March 19 and will be an album of great transcendence.
The complete tracklisting for Vida follows:
1. “Esto es Vida” (This is Life) feat. Juan Luis Guerra
2. “Penélope” feat. Maná
3. “Como Me Acuerdo” (How I Remember) feat. Alejandro Sanz
4. “El Tiempo Va” (Time Passes) feat. Ruben Blades
5. “Obra de Arte” (Work of Art) feat. Enrique Bunbury
6. “Blanca Mujer” (White Woman) feat. Shakira
7. “Mas y Mas” (More and More) feat. Ricky Martin
8. “Noche Fría” (Cold Night) feat. MiMA
9. “Vagabundo” (Vagabond) feat. Andres Calamaro
10. “Roto Por ti” (Broken Because of You) feat. Juanes
11. “Paraíso Prometido” (Promised Paradise) feat. Marc Anthony
12. “Reza Por Mi” (Pray For Me) feat. Romeo Santos
13. “Cruzando Puertas” (Crossing Doors) feat. José Feliciano
14. “Amantes Hasta El Fin” (Lovers Until the End) feat. Ednita Nazario
15. “Brujería” (Witchcraft) feat. Tego Calderón
16. “Madre Tierra” (Motherland) feat. Calle 13