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Album Review

Antonio Orozco's fourth studio album to date and first since his self-titled international breakthrough compilation, Cadizfornia (2006) is filled with hit singles and collaborations. Running rather short at a mere ten tracks, Cadizfornia is half comprised of singles, including "Tres Corazones," "Dime por Qué," and "La Cuestión." Other highlights include duets with Iván Ferreiro ("Hoy Todo Va al Revés"), Tote King ("Soldado 229"), and Youssou N'Dour ("Por Qué No les Devuelves el Sol").

Customer Reviews

Finally!!!!

Orozco's new album is just incredible. Antonio is moving forward to please all his fans with this new production. "Dime porqué", "La cuestión" are just a few of my favorites. Highly recommended album.

Biography

Born: November 23, 1972 in Barcelona, Spain

Genre: Latin Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Latin pop singer and balladeer Antonio Orozco was born November 23, 1972, and raised in Barcelona, Spain, by a working-class family. During a trip at the age of 15 to Triana, Sevilla, Orozco was exposed to the music that would change his life forever. His family, originally sevillanos, had roots in the region and its music: flamenco. His family soon relocated to Osuma, in Sevilla, a state known for its vibrant music community. Orozco took up flamenco...
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