Here Is What You Need to Know About International Pop Star Alvaro Soler

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Singer Alvaro Soler performs during the Launch POP event on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Peek & Cloppenburg store at Weltstadthaus on March 21, 2018 in Vienna, Austria. (Photo by Michael Gruber/Getty Images for Peek & Cloppenburg)

Alvaro Soler chit-chatted with VIX abouthis experience of working with Jennifer Lopez, how he started in the music business and he revealed who is he dying to collaborate with on a future project.

VIX: Talk to us about how you started to get involved with Music and what is your ultimate professional goal?

Alvaro Soler: Good day, good day. I started with music when I was about 10-years-old. I started playing the piano and I kind of got involved with music, more and more. Then I was in bands, like a typical thing, until I started my solo career many years later. And, I think my goal with music is just to make people happy and making them forget about the problems that we have every day and just transmitting good vibes.

VIX: How was working on a collaboration with Jennifer Lopez and what did you learn from her?

Alvaro Soler: She was really kind. Really kind. It was kind of the first thing I did of my solo career, also it was right in the beginning which was pretty crazy. So, for me it was an incredible moment. I felt a little overwhelmed of course, but it was cool and really nice, and it was an amazing experience to work with her, to work with a team that is as big as her team. That was really inspiring, also it show our team the way of how things are done and how it’s done, it was a good example.

VIX: Tell us a curious fact about yourself?

Alvaro Soler: Umm, something curious stuff about myself? I don’t know. I’m half German, maybe that’s curious I don’t know. Umm…I (chuckles)… live in Berlin and in Madrid. And I have a brother and sister that also do music. I like to paint, and I like to go to the movies and have popcorn for dinner. Very boring, sorry.

VIX: What Latin artist are you dying to work with and why?

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Alvaro Soler: Mmmm.. I would say Carlos Santana because that’s one of my ultimate Latin all-time favorites. And that would be super cool to do a collaboration with him.