Beyonce Knowles and Alejandro Fernandez to record "Amor Gitano," described as a sensual, flamenco-pop track that will debut Feb. 12 on the premiere episode of Telemundo’s "El Zorro" novella.
Music lovers will have at least one new song from Beyonce Knowles. The R&B singer has recorded a duet with Latin singing superstar Alejandro Fernandez. The song, titled "Amor Gitano," is described as a sensual, flamenco-pop track.
It, moreover, has been slated for a February 12th debut on the premiere episode of Telemundo's "El Zorro" novella, which is produced by Sony Entertainment Television and airs Monday to Friday at 9:00 pm for 120 episodes.
"Amor Gitano" will also appear on Beyonce's upcoming special edition of "B'Day" along with six other Spanish language tracks including a Spanish version of the No 1 hit "Irreplaceable." A special video version of the album on DVD, with 12 videos including two in Spanish, will be available on DVD exclusively at Walmart. Both special releases are scheduled for April later this year.
Fernandez, additionally, will also have the track included in his upcoming June album, his first album of all new material in two years. "Amor Gitano", written by Grammy winning songwriters/recording artists Reyli Barba and Jaime Flores, co-written by Beyonce and produced by Grammy winning producer Rudy Perez, goes to radio later this month and will be available for streaming on telemundo.yahoo.com.