Everyone knows that the singer Alejandro Sanz is not going through his best moment. A few months ago, the interpreter of Corazón Partío, Don't compare me, When nobody sees me, Friend of mine or What if it were her? He announced through his social networks that he was not well and that he needed to stop and take stock.
''I'm not well. I don't know if this helps, but I want to say it. I'm sad and tired. In case anyone else believes that it must always be a sea breeze or a firework on a summer night. I'm working to make it go away... I'll get to the stage and something inside will tell me what to do,'' the 54-year-old singer published.
Despite the difficulties, Sanz continued to work hard to improve and get out of the hole he had entered. In mid-September, the composer wrote a tweet on Elon Musk's social network and made it clear that he is fighting tooth and nail: ''Everything is never perfect, but life is worth it.''
During all this time, the singer-songwriter has not stopped working and performing on different tours, since for him music is his best medicine and escape route. Yesterday he attended the Latin Grammy Awards gala, which was held for the first time outside the United States, more specifically in Seville.
The musician's participation delighted the millions of fans he has accumulated around the world and who are worried about his emotional state, as well as his mental and physical health. The artist livened up the evening with a sweet interpretation of his song Corazón Partío, which enchanted those present and the spectators.
However, the presence of the composer in the city of Seville has caused much to be talked about for another reason. As the media outlet Informalia has revealed, during the days prior to the musical event, Sanz has been seen walking through the Andalusian streets with a woman with brown hair and about thirty years of age. According to said media, she is a special friend that the singer met a few months ago in Miami. It should be noted that Sanz broke up with the artist Rachel Valdés just a few months ago.
The man from Madrid spoke to the media present at the scene and made it clear that he is in a major phase of musical creation and that, if everything goes as planned, at the beginning of next year some new songs will be released, as well as a new album.
When reporters asked him about his mental health, Sanz answered honestly and explained that he has improved, but that he still has a long and sacrificial road ahead until he regains calm and peace: ''Very well, we are already working on it. ".