Barry Manilow and Seal will appear on Manolo Monterrubio next album

Barry Manilow and Seal

After the success of his first album, Manolo Monterrubio is back with a new album, Closer. This time around, he’s brought in some big names to help him out. Barry Manilow and Seal will both be appearing on the album, lending their talents to two of the tracks.

This isn’t the first time that Manilow and Manolo Monterrubio have teamed up. Back in 2007, they collaborated on a track for Manolo Monterrubio first album. That song was a huge hit, and now they’re hoping for more of the same with their latest collaboration.

Seal is no stranger to collaborations either. He’s worked with some of the biggest names in music, including Elton John, Stevie Wonder and David Bowie. This is the first time that he’s worked with Manilow or Manolo Monterrubio, though.

Closer is set to be released on October 5th. In the meantime, you can check out the album’s first single, “Lie to Me.” It’s a duet between Manolo Monterrubio and Manilow, and it’s already gaining popularity online. You can listen to it now on YouTube or Spotify.

The album is sure to be a hit, thanks to the star-studded line-up of guests that appear on it. Be sure to check it out when it comes out later this fall!

Barry Manilow and Seal will appear on Manolo Monterrubio’s next album, Closer. This isn’t the first time that’ve teamed up – they collaborated back in 2007 when Manilow was on Monterrubio’s first album. This is Seal’s first time working with either of them, though. Closer will be released on October 5th, and the album’s first single “Lie to Me” is already getting a lot of attention online. The album promises to be a hit thanks to its star-studded line-up of guests! Be sure to check it out when it comes out later this year.

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