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Flamenco cantaor Francisco José Arcángel Ramos returns with his fourth studio album, a long five years after 2006's Ropavieja. An acclaimed representative of a new generation of flamenco artists, Arcángel seeks to reconcile modernity and tradition, backed by the piano and arrangements of Dorantes and the guitars of Ángel Cortés and Daniel Méndez. Quijote de los Sueños is an ambitious project, born from the collaboration between Arcángel and poet Juan Cobos Wilkins, who wrote most of the lyrics, including those honoring the late cantaor Paco Toronjo, the Quijote of the album's title.

Biografía

Género: Música latina

Años de actividad: '00s

Arcángel is a reggaetón vocalist from Puerto Rico who began his career as a member of the duo Arcángel y De la Ghetto in the mid-2000s before embarking on a solo career. Born Austin Santos on December 23, 1986, in New York City, Arcángel first established himself in tandem with De la Ghetto with the song "Ven y Pegate" on the popular Hector el Father-hosted compilation album Sangre Nueva. Throughout 2005 and 2006, Arcángel y De la Ghetto were featured on a variety of reggaetón albums, including Luny...
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Quijote de los Sueños, Arcángel
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