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Chayanne's video, like his other recent ones, shows off Yucatán's beauty.
Chayanne’s video, like his other recent ones, shows off Yucatán’s beauty.

Chayenne’s latest video debuted this week and like the others, it casts Mérida, the pueblos and the coast in a romantic light. In some scenes, Chayanne is slightly upstaged by the peninsula’s beauty.

While the other videos were part of a tourism promotion, this time he’s launching his album and preparing for a tour. In the video are glimpses of Hacienda Yaxcopoil, the monument to the fatherland, La Ermita and other sites around Yucatán.

The Puerto Rican-born pop star premiered  “Madre Tierra,” from his album “En Todo Estaré,” on Telemundo’s “Al Rojo Vivo.”  The video had encore presentations across the network’s news and entertainment shows including “Suelta la Sopa,” “Un Nuevo Día,” and across key broadcast markets including Miami, New York, Puerto Rico, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, Houston, Dallas, Phoenix, Chicago, Tucson and San Francisco on the entertainment program “Acceso Total.”

The video in its entirety will also air on our sister cable network NBC Universo and across its digital and social media platforms.

The singer has sold more than 50 million albums and kicks off his world tour this month.

Here is the video:

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