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Vanesa Martín

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Y, ¿Si Fuera Ella? Pablo Alboran, David Bisbal, Antonio Carmona, Jesse & Joy 04:10
Hablarán de ti y de mí Vanesa Martín 03:48
Complicidad (feat. Manuel Medrano) Vanesa Martín, Manuel Medrano 03:55
Fina Estampa Ana Belén, Niña Pastori, Rozalén, India Martinez 03:07
Arráncame Vanesa Martín 04:16
Si pudiera Vanesa Martín, Jesse & Joy 04:16
Porque queramos vernos (feat. Matias Damásio) (Portuguesa) Vanesa Martín, Matias Damásio 03:49
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Descubrí Vanesa Martín 05:21
Y yo latiendo Vanesa Martín 03:11

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Part of a new generation of Spanish artists filling their songs with dramatic, romantic narratives and elegant flamenco melodies, Vanesa Martin established herself as one of Latin music's most acclaimed singer-songwriters in the mid-2000s, scoring the big hit 'Complicidad' when she teamed up with Manuel Medrano in 2017.

Born in Malaga, her father began teaching her guitar when she was six and she grew up singing in choirs and later performing in bars, before studying teaching at university and moving to Madrid to kick-start her career. She got her break in 2005 when she featured on the compilation album 'El Buho Real', which aimed to showcase fresh talent, and she introduced herself as a heartfelt, pop songwriter who could turn flamenco ballads into glossy radio anthems with early singles 'Aun No Te Has Ido' and 'El Tren de le Cordura'. Her debut album 'Agua' featured a duet with David DeMaria and was produced by DJ Carlos Jean, and she built a fan base across Latin America with follow-up 'Trampas' in 2009, which featured lead single 'Caprichoso' and was awarded the Dial Prize by national radio station Cadena Dial. Malu, Pablo Alboran and traditional guitarist Jose Antonio Rodriguez also made guest appearances on 2012's 'Cuestion de Piel' and she released a live record 'Ven, Sientate y me lo Cuentas', before topping the Spanish charts for the first time with fourth studio album 'Cronica de un Baile' in 2014. 'Munay' was another big success selling over 80,000 copies, and she embarked on a sold out tour of Latin America and released a book of poetry, before returning in 2018 with 'Todas las Mujeres Que Habitan en Mi', featuring collaborations with Portuguese fado singer Mariza, Argentinian songwriter Abel Pintos and Puerto Rican crooner Kany Garcia.