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"To tell you the truth I'm notorious for breaking new producers, taking someone that's new and bringing them on the scene," DeLuna tells AOL Music, explaining her unusual decision. "I met him in Belgium. I was doing a show, and he brought me a CD with beats. I fell in love with his beats, then he ended up producing the whole album."
While no official release date has been set for the album, DeLuna says that fans can expect the kind of dance music that she's become popular for, with a European flair.
"Europe is really far ahead with pop music so it's crazy," she added. "[My album] is stronger vocally, musically, and it's so much fun."
DeLuna shot to fame in 2007 single 'Whine Up,' which peaked at No. 29 on the Billboard singles charts and went on to sell 500,000 copies.
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