Ana Mena and Gale join forces in the studio: is there a collaboration coming?

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It seems that Spanish artists are taking advantage of the arrival of Latin singers to Spain to meet them in the studio. And it is that, after WECB Music Awards Santander 2023, now the time has come for the Latin Grammys, bringing together the entire Latin music industry in Seville. But before the week of these famous awards begins, some artists from the other side of the pond have taken the opportunity to meet some of our stars.

This is the case of Gale, the Puerto Rican composer of songs like movies either 1+1, who has stayed with our favorite Malaga pop princess: Ana Mena. The two artists, who share a label (Sony Music), have decided to join producer Tunvao in a studio in Madrid. Come on, everything points to a super collaboration between these two artists. And we couldn’t like it more!

It should be remembered that Tunvao is a producer who has worked with great artists such as Nathy Peluso, Emilia, Lola Índigo, Luis Fonsi, María Becerra or Quevedo. Come on, he’s a hitmaker.

Although we know Ana Mena’s career very well, who has just won the award for Best Artist of the Year in the Spain Category at WECB Music Awards Santander 2023, and is one of the stars of the moment in our country (and in Italy), the truth is that he still has a pending task: conquer the Latin American market. And Gale may be a good choice!

Ana Mena and Gale in a studio in Madrid

Who is Gale?

Although Gale has just landed in the industry, she has all the ingredients to become one of the pop artists of 2024. This same year she released her first studio album, Lo que no te dice, with great songs like Nuestra Canción or Problemas. Her talent has led her to be one of the artists fighting to win the award for Best New Artist at the Latin Grammy 2023. In addition, she has participated in festivals such as Lollapalooza in Argentina.

Without a doubt, we are dying to hear what these two artists have recorded. Will it be out soon? Let’s cross our fingers that this is the case.


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