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Una Idea Tengo Yo (“I Have an Idea”), the latest album by Latin Grammy winners 123 Andrés was released today.
The 11 upbeat Spanish-language songs seek to answer those questions and encourage junior scientists to get curious about the natural world and fall in love with everything STEM.
The eleven tracks on “Una idea tengo yo” are not only educational but danceable, designed to appeal to kids and their grown-ups. Alongside the songs, 123 Andrés is releasing videos and “El Show de 123 Andrés,” live virtual concerts on their YouTube channel, featuring colorful animations and silly dance steps to keep the science lessons joyful and upbeat.
About 123 Andrés and Their Music
123 Andrés’ music is an interactive celebration of Latin culture for kids and families, building upon Andrés and Christina’s expertise as bilingual teaching artists; he holds a Doctorate in Music, and she holds a Masters in Education. 123 Andrés has been featured on Telemundo, CNN en Español and Univisión, as well as other broadcast outlets. Their music spins on Sirius XM’s Kids Place Live, WXPN’s Kids Corner and other radio shows in the US and Latin America. “Una Idea Tengo Yo” is the fifth album for Latin Grammy winners, and three-time Latin Grammy nominees.