Mexican rocker Alejandra Guzman will participate as a trainer in the third edition of the singing competition reality show “La Voz” (The Voice), the Televisa network said Tuesday.
“Alejandra Guzman is one of the most important and daring Spanish-speaking artists, she possesses an extraordinary interpretative, multifaceted and explosive force,” said the giant media conglomerate.
Televisa noted that the artist has shared the stage with figures such as James Brown and The Rolling Stones, and she has collaborated with others including Franco de Vita, Miguel Rios, Jenni Rivera and Moderatto.
In addition, Televisa emphasized that Guzman has sold more than 12 million albums.
“La Voz… Mexico” is the Mexican adaptation of the Dutch show “The Voice,” which has been expanded into several other countries around the world.
In addition to Guzman, Puerto Rican reggaeton entertainers Wisin & Yandel have already confirmed their participation in the show’s coming season.
In prior seasons, artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Paulina Rubio, Miguel Bose and Aleks Syntek have worked to discover Mexico’s best singers.