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La Voz Mexico To Debut With Espinoza Paz, Aleks Syntek, Alejandro Sanz, and Lucero as Judges

La Voz Mexico To Debut With Espinoza Paz, Aleks Syntek, Alejandro Sanz, and Lucero as Judges

CORAL GABLES (LALATE) – “La Voz Mexico”, a Latin version of “The Voice” (NBC), has inked Espinoza Paz, Aleks Syntek, Lucero, and Alejandro Sanz for its upcoming judges. As The Voice has delivered a ratings success among U.S. English language viewers, many U.S. Spanish language viewers are now getting excited about the updated version debuting this month.

In a news statement this month, Paz’s record label heralds the series as a great platform for talent. But for many fans of Paz, Syntek, and Sanz, seeing the three exceptional talents on one stage might be the show itself.

Espinoza Sanz, Aleks Syntek and Alejandro Sanz are three of the finest Latin songwriters of their generation, delivering far different songs with unique rhythms. Paz’s label says of the upcoming appearance that “Every Sunday, ‘the singer of the people’ ( “el cantautor del pueblo”) [Paz] ‘will’ coach with the rest of his teammates to pick the winner of the Voice Mexico.”

For U.S. fans, Paz represents immense songwriting abilities. “This is a very important platform for Espinoza … to represent regional Mexican music” says his label in a news statement.

While The Voice U.S. has been a stellar win for English language viewers, Paz’s label says the La Voz Mexico will be “of one of the most ambitious reality television” ever. The show debuts September 8 on Canal de las Estrellas and is in preview on


  1. nallely celaya

    December 16, 2011 at 10:33 am

    Ola Les quiero mandar saludos a todos los cantantes que kedan i les deseo lo mejor:D soy del balle de rio grande me encanta el programa soy su fan les mado saludos a todos los coches?

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