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Prince Royce Releases Details of English Debut, 'Double Vision'

by Ryan Book   Jun 12, 2015 15:27 PM EDT

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Prince Royce has already proven that he can dominate the Latin market with hits such as "Darte un Beso" and now he's setting his sights on the English-language industry with Double Vision. The album will be his first English-language record. The album will drop on July 24.

Royce hails from The Bronx, so making the transition to English-language won't be too tricky. He got another star from the borough, Jennifer Lopez, to jump in with him for the single "Back It Up," which also features Pitbull.

Based on songwriters along, we can expect some hits to be hiding within the tracks of Double Vision when it drops next month. Illya Salmanzadeh, Jason Evigan, Toby Gadd and Roccstar have churned out hits for performers such as Beyoncé, Chris Brown and Ariana Grande (Royce will be touring with the latter pop star later this year).

Although "Back It Up" is the first single released during 2015, Royce also dropped "Stuck On A Feeling," featuring Snoop Doog, during 2014. It was a modest success, peaking at no. 43 on the Hot 100. No word yet on what additional guest stars will make an appearance on Double Vision.

 

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