Freddie Colloca Releases Spanish-language Version of Unconditional

Multiple Dove Award-nominated One Voice Records recording artist Freddie Colloca has just completed the
finishing touches on Canción de mi Corazón (Song of My Heart), the Spanish-language version of his May 2002 release,
Unconditional. Produced by Unconditional1s stellar production team of Hal Batt (Julio Iglesias, Chayanne) and Miami native
Don Koch (multi-million-selling producer of CCM pop icons 4Him and NewSong, among others). Canción de mi Corazón will
bow in Latin America on October 15. The album will hit the streets in the U.S. on March 4, 2003.
Colloca has had a busy summer, headlining the first Christian concert ever to be held at a Miami1s American Airlines Arena, where
he performed for WNBA Miami Sol fans following the Sol’s game against the Charlotte Sting. Then he was off to share his music
and testimony with over 15,000 men, including 600 Colombian soldiers, attending the 2002 “Men of Valor Conference.” During
the three-day event, 200 of the soldiers were led to Christ.
In July, the Latin-pop artist was a featured performer during the 2002 CBA International Convention, where he provided the
entertainment for the official ribbon-cutting ceremony. He then joined Rachael Lampa, True Vibe, Tait and Brother’s Keeper for
performances in 20 U.S. cities during the Summer JAM tour, hosted by NewSong and sponsored by World Vision.
Canción de mi Corazón will be released in Latin America through Latin Door Distribution and in the U.S. through Provident
Music Distribution. Unconditional is distributed through Provident Music Distribution and Latin Door Distribution.


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