Get the latest gossip

Miranda Lambert & Enrique Iglesias Are Teaming Up for a Duet: ‘Texas Meets Spain!’

Miranda Lambert and Enrique Iglesias have announced a duet called "Space in My Heart." Get the details.

Texas native Miranda Lambert teamed up with Leon Bridges for a romantic ballad last year, and now she’s teasing another new collaboration — this time with Latin pop star and Madrid, Spain-native Enrique Iglesias. On Feb. 12, the country singer posted a snippet of the upcoming song titled “Space in My Heart,” which will release in full on Feb. 22. In the 1980s, Latin music icon Julio Iglesias earned country hits on collaborations with Willie Nelson, including the CMA Award-winning “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before,” as well as “Spanish Eyes.” Country trio Midland teamed with Jay De La Cueva for a Spanish-language version of its hit “Drinkin’ Problem.” Oklahoma native Carrie Underwood performed with Latin artist David Bisbal for the bilingual song “Tears of Gold,” while Kane Brown teamed with Becky G for a Spanish remix of “Lost in the Middle of Nowhere.” In celebrating the 25th anniversary of his 1992 hit “Achy Breaky Heart,” Billy Ray Cyrus collaborated with Caballo Dorado on a bilingual version of the song.

Get the Android app

Or read this on Billboard