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Lucas Arnau

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Le Hiciste Trampa al Corazón Lucas Arnau, Luis Alfonso 03:44
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Escándalo Lucas Arnau 03:15
De Rodillas Lucas Arnau 03:19
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Ay Doctor Lucas Arnau 03:07
Para Qué (feat. Armando Manzanero) Lucas Arnau, Armando Manzanero 03:01

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Living up to the stylish traditions of the romantic, Latin crooner, Colombian singer-songwriter Lucas Arnau became an established 'tropipop' favourite since his debut album 'Un Poco Mas' in 2004. Born in Colombia's second largest city Medellin, Lucas Arnau Fernandez wrote his first song at eleven-years-old, before relocating to Miami when he was 23 to record 'Un Poco Mas' with Jose Gaviria and Andres Munera. At a time when the reggaeton scene was fast becoming Latin America's own melting pot of hip-hop and dancehall, Arnau was part of a different crowd styled as sleek, glossy pop balladeers who blended the region's salsa, merengue and cumbia heritage with singalong, R&B hits.

Alongside the likes of Fonseca, Carlos Vives and Maia, Arnau's music was quickly dubbed 'tropipop' and his second album 'Rompecabezas' in 2006 helped earn him a following in Peru and Ecuador and saw him named Best Colombian Pop Artist by Shock Magazine. He also topped the Colombian Charts for ten weeks with single 'De La Mano' in 2012 and he celebrated ten years as an artist with the album 'Buen Camino', on which he turned old songs into duets with artists including Carlos Buate, Gian Marco and Silvestre Dangond. The record also landed him his first nomination for a Latin Grammy in 2015, before health problems and a high profile divorce left him contemplating his future. He returned in 2017 with 'Teatro', an album which openly chronicled his personal troubles and offered an updated, more thoughtful style of tropipop with singles 'Valio La Pena' and 'Cuando Te Vi'.