Hear Emilio Estefan's song during Olympics coverage sung by Jencarlos Canela
Emilio Estefan isn't competing in London for the summer Olympics, but his latest production, “Suena” is (kind of). Written by the local megaproducer, and sung by telenovela stud Jencarlos Canela, the track (meaning, "Dream") celebrates Telemundo’s Olympic Coverage and will be available on iTunes starting Tuesday.It's also going to be available in English.
"The song represents the best athletes in the world, their passion,'' Canela told the Al Rojo Vivo show.
Emilio's got cred with this type of thing. In 1996, he produced his first track for the Olympics, "Reach." Written and performed by wife Gloria Estefan, it was used as the official theme for NBC's coverage. "The lyrics were very inspiring," Estefan told Billboard. "We live at a time when Latins in particular are full of dreams, and the Olympics -- like life -- are a place where you have a single shot at showing the world what you can do."
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