Mexican singer Thalia put on the market Monday her new disc, “Habitame Siempre” (Live In Me Always), which includes duets with artists like Robbie Williams, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Michael Buble and Prince Royce.
After a three−year absence from the market following her last production “Primera Fila” (Front Row), the actress and vocalist entertains her fans with numbers like “Tomame o Dejame” (Take Me or Leave Me), a hit of the Spanish group Mocedades, and “Con los Anos que Me Quedan” (With the Years I Have Left), popularized by Gloria Estefan.
Also accompanying Thalia on her new album, some of whose songs are in English, are Leonel Garcia, Jesus Navarro, Samo of the Mexican soft rock group Camila and her one−time fellow musician, Erik Rubin, among others.
Thalia, who has sold more than 40 million discs and has 6 million followers on social networks, had earlier said that this new project is the “most thoughtful, important and passionate” of her entire career.
In “Habitame Siempre”, the singer worked with several music producers while her husband, entertainment mogul Tommy Mottola, was executive producer of the album.