Julio Iglesias
Singer Julio Iglesias and mariachi performs during the launch of Julio Iglesias's new album 'Mexico' and celebrating his birthday at Hacienda Los Morales on September 23, 2015 in Mexico City, Mexico. (Photo by Victor Chavez/WireImage)

Julio Iglesias' last album has a very important mission, to teach people like Donald Trump that Mexico is a magnificent country full of amazing wonders. “Mexico is a country that I love dearly. The Mexican people have given me many indelible moments in my life. I know this country as if it were my homeland, and I always carry it in my soul. Mexican music is universal and its composers are legendary,” the iconic Spanish crooner added, "It can teach people like Donald Trump that Mexico is an incredibly beautiful country with historic culture."

Having recorded his first tribute album to Mexico in 1976, the best-selling Latin music artist in history now once again pays homage to a country whose support was instrumental in his rise to fame. The album includes twelve songs with distinctive Mexican flavor and Julio’s timeless interpretation, the artist also announced that "Mexico" will be his last studio album, but he insisted he would keep singing "until, he's 150."

Listen to "México Lindo" by Julio Iglesias.

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