Italy’s operatic pop trio Il Volo has released the Spanish single Noche sin día with Cuban group Gente de Zona.
Time for some Latin summer vibes with the song Noche sin día (Night without day), a collaboration between Italian trio Il Volo and Cuban reggaetón group Gente de Zona. The song marks a departure from Il Volo’s characteristic pop-opera genre.
It’s not the first time that Il Volo ventures into the Spanish language, as the trio is very successful in the Latin countries beyond their native Italy, yet Noche sin día is their first original Spanish release, embracing the popular reggaetón music style.
Gente de Zona is known from the smash hit Bailando by Enrique Iglesias.
Enjoy the official music video of Noche sin día:
Trio Il Volo, consisting of Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto and Gianluca Ginoble, represented Italy at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna, Austria. With their powerful pop-opera song Grande amore they eventually reached an honourable 3rd place in the Grand Final, receiving 292 points.