Tú Y Yo

Album: Musica + Alma + Sexo (2011)
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  • Martin discussed the song with Billboard magazine: "This is a pretty ballad that describes the intimacy of two bodies together. Anyone who's physically made love will identify with this song. Musically speaking, it's a great showcase for the musicians that play here."
  • The Puerto-Rican singer explained to Billboard why there are so few ballads on Musica + Alma + Sexo: "Well we wrote at least 60 songs and obviously, not all are in here. The ones that felt right are in the album. I think there are songs here that can become ballads. The most important thing about this album is it's for the audience, but also for musicians. There's great musicianship here."


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