16 Songs, 1 Hour, 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pablo Alborán may be known more for intimate ballads than pulse-pounding Latin pop epics, but even his most delicate songs can startle with their eruptions of emotion. Spain's tender crooner cranks up that unique dynamism for Prometo, tearing up your heart one moment and then soothing it with a smile. The album contains the plush romanticism you might expect ("Lo Nuestro"), along with simmering grooves that spur Alborán to surprisingly ecstatic performances ("Vivir"). And the soft-to-stirring leaps of his voice stun throughout, especially the tremulous desire of "Curo Tus Labios."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pablo Alborán may be known more for intimate ballads than pulse-pounding Latin pop epics, but even his most delicate songs can startle with their eruptions of emotion. Spain's tender crooner cranks up that unique dynamism for Prometo, tearing up your heart one moment and then soothing it with a smile. The album contains the plush romanticism you might expect ("Lo Nuestro"), along with simmering grooves that spur Alborán to surprisingly ecstatic performances ("Vivir"). And the soft-to-stirring leaps of his voice stun throughout, especially the tremulous desire of "Curo Tus Labios."

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About Pablo Alborán

Spanish singer/songwriter Pablo Alborán became a massive hitmaker beginning in 2011, first in his native country and later on charts around the world. Along with number one albums and singles, he's garnered multiple Latin Grammy nominations, all with his own material.

Born Pablo Moreno de Alborán Ferrándiz on May 31, 1989 in Málaga, Spain, he learned to play guitar at a young age and wrote his first songs at age 12. In time, he was signed to a major-label recording contract with EMI and made his album debut with Pablo Alborán in 2011. Featuring the chart-topping hit single "Solamente Tú," the self-titled full-length effort topped the Spanish albums chart for six weeks straight, making Alborán one of the biggest revelations of the year in Spain. A follow-up single, "Miedo," also charted, and the album eventually went platinum in Spain six times over. The end of the year brought the concert album En Acústico, which produced its own pair of hits, the Spanish chart-topper "Perdóname" (featuring Portuguese fado singer Carminho) and "Te He Echado de Menos."

Touring and writing and recording sessions for Alborán's second album consumed much of the following year, but by November of 2012, his next single and album (both titled Tanto) had appeared. As hard as it was to conceive, Tanto was an even bigger hit than his first album, charting at the top in his native country for many weeks and selling nearly twice as many copies. Two further singles, "El Beso" and "Quién," hit number one in Spain. Alborán's third album, Terral, followed in 2014. Completely self-written, with co-production by Alborán and Eric Rosse in Los Angeles, Terral was not only a big hit in Spain but became his first number one on the U.S. Latin charts. The singles "Por Fin" and "Pasos de Cero" both reached the top of the charts in Spain, making Alborán one of the country's most popular artists. In April 2016, he released the single "Se Puede Amar." He followed it with a tour of Central America. That August, Alborán re-released "Dónde Está el Amor" with Brazilian singer Tiê, which was included on the telenovela soundtrack Haja Coração. He began 2017 by periodically releasing three more pre-release singles, "Saturno," "Prometo," and "No Vaya a Ser," all with an abundant romantic tone. The 13-song album Prometo followed in November. ~ Jason Birchmeier

  • ORIGIN
    Málaga, Spain
  • BORN
    May 31, 1989

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