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Ricky Martin to debut "Spanglish" version of "Come With Me"


San Juan, Jul 15 (EFE).- Puerto Rican artist Ricky Martin will launch at the next Premios Juventud gala the "Spanglish" version of his latest song, "Come With Me," his publicist said Monday.

Martin, whose new single has risen to top spot on radio stations in Australia and Latin America, will sing his Spanglish number July 18 at Miami's BankUnited Center.

"Come With Me" marks Martin's return to recording after his performance in the Broadway revival of "Evita" and the success he scored on the jury of Australia's version of "The Voice."

The "Come With Me" single went up for sale online last month and had the collaboration of Ilan Kidron, vocalist of the Potbelleez group.

Ricky Martin has sold more than 70 million discs, has 95 platinum discs and 40 gold, four Grammys, two American Music Awards, eight World Music Awards, 10 Billboard and eight MTV Music Video Awards in a long list of honors racked up during his career.