Anton Alvarez, better known as C. Tangana, has visited this Monday ‘The Hormiguero‘To promote the premiere of’The Madrileño‘(Sony, 2021), the artist’s third studio album that was released on February 26 and has already revolutionized the music scene. The new work, for the singer the most important to date, contains a total of 14 topics in which artists such as Kiko Veneno, Andrés Calamaro, Jorge Drexler, La Húngara, El Niño de Elche or Carin Leon. Behind the production are Alizz, Victor Martinez, Frederick Vindver Y Rafael Arcaute, in addition to C. Tangana himself.
‘El Madrileño’ is causing a sensation and even Pablo Motorcycles He has declared himself an absolute fan of the album. “What a record you have made, you bastard”, Said the presenter to the guest at the beginning of the interview. “It has been a long time since I listened to music, enjoying it so much. It tasted bad when the songs were over. It seemed wrong to me. Are you aware that the success of this album is going to get out of hand? ”, Asked the host of‘ El Hormiguero ’to the Madrid singer. “Man, I’m going to wait and enjoy it a little bit and then see if it goes away. But I think it is controlled. They are many years of career “, answered the artist.
Pablo Motos: “It had been a long time since I listened to music enjoying it so much”
From the beginning, C. Tangana has starred in a very personal interview in which he has responded to everything with surprising confessions. “On the album you talk about a guy who has gone out of style and who loses his privileges. Have you thought about that? ”, Motos has once asked. “Of course, it is that the career of artists seems to always be at the top, but it is not like that. I have really felt, even within the relative success, that it seemed that it was going down and did not go back. At the age of 13, 14 I started my first recordings. I have left music, I have returned, I have changed my style, I thought I was selling myself (…) ”, confessed the guest.
The singer has even revealed the reason that led him to leave the music for a time: the attention that is generated around the figure of the artist. “This was a reason for me of great regret that it took me two years without making music, practically. Having to sell myself and think that not only did I get into the studio to make music, but you have to stand in front of the people, the cameras … Now I think I’m doing much better ”, explained C. Tangana, who has also highlighted the fundamental role that his friends have played throughout his musical career.