Spanish singer Natalia Jimenez is continuing to actively pursue her musical career via collaborations with Franco de Vita and Puerto Rican Daddy Yankee after making her debut as a judge on a talent programme in Barcelona.
Jimenez said Tuesday in an interview with EFE from her home in Miami that she taped Tan solo tu with De Vita and worked on La noche de los dos with Daddy Yankee, a number that will come out on the reggaeton star's next album entitled Prestige.
The former lead singer of La Quinta Estacion has also collaborated with Ricky Martin and Marc Anthony.
Regarding her participation in the first edition of the program El numero uno, along with Miguel Bose, Ana Torroja, Sergio Dalma and David Bustamante, the 30-year-old Jimenez said that she was very grateful for the chance to be part of the panel of judges.
The experience of being a judge was "super-great" and, at the same time, it gave her more television visibility in her country, which - she said - helped more people to become familiar with her.
Among her plans for the future, Jimenez said she is launching a new album and added that she is immersed in the song-writing process. In addition, soon she will begin a show tour through several US cities including Dallas, Chicago and Anaheim, California, as well as in Venezuela.