Colombian singer Juanes recently introduced his new album, P.A.R.C.E., at Irving Place in New York, singing themes from the collection as well as old hits. The singer dedicated the album to his fans. P.A.R.C.E. stands for Paz, Amor, Respeto, Compromiso y Esperanza [Peace, Love, Respect, Commitment and Hope], but is also a word used in Medellín, Colombia, to refer friends.
The new album, which was released on December 7, 2010, is the fifth album by singer/songwriter Juanes in ten years of his solo career, in which he has sold over 15 million records and has won 17 Grammy awards. P.A.R.C.E., which was recorded in England, the United States (Miami), and Colombia, and took him two years to complete, has more of a pop-rock sound that moves away from his previous projects. P.A.R.C.E. follows his 2009 La vida and includes singles such as “Yerbatero,” “Amigos,” “La razón,” “La soledad,” “Segovia,” “Todos los días,” and “Y no regresas,” among others.
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