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The third album by Vanesa Martín sees the singer/songwriter from Malaga continuing her steady climbing up the ranks of mainstream Spanish pop with 12 new songs of romantic, confessional pop. Produced by one of the top names of the genre, David Santisteban (David Bisbal, Malú, Pastora Soler, etc.), Cuestión de Piel also includes alternate versions of "No Te Pude Retener," "Borracha de Amor," and first single "Tic Tac," with special guests Malú, Pablo Alborán, and Chambao's La Mari, respectively.


Born: 14 November 1980 in Malaga, Spain

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A Spanish singer/songwriter with a youthful pop/rock style, Vanesa Martín made her solo debut in 2006 with the album Agua and the breakout single "Aún No Te Has Ido." Hailing from Málaga, Spain, she collaborated with producer Carlos Jean on Agua. Released in association with EMI, the album spawned the lead single "El Tren de la Cordura" and the follow-up single "Aún No Te Has Ido," the latter of which proved more popular. A deluxe edition of Agua was released in 2007 and spawned another single with...
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