Their songs are 4 minutes of film. His lyrics, exotic stories of romantic and earthy globetrotters. His music, world-class quality that he has toasted, at the Latin Grammys, with Santana and that has 'tuteado' to Black Eye Peas, Celine Dion or the great Armando Manzanero.
International tours, Latin and North American Grammys, millions of records sold, 23 years of career... They are and continue to be Café Quijano and they have just released the best album of their career. It's called 'Manhattan' and yes: it's also one of the most complete Latin pop albums of the last few decades. We're going to tell you why, although it's best if you uncork it, either at a 'mojito in hand' party or in isolation with your most 'immersive' headphones. Because if there are two great things about this album, they are depth and horizons. The first, to immerse yourself in the quality of its 'sung stories' and the second, to enjoy -nothing more, but nothing less- the best that life gives us.