By Quibian Salazar-Moreno

      Growing up in Houston, we’re sure Beyonce knows what the Spanish-speaking folks like. She recorded a Spanish version of her hit “Irreplaceable” called “Irreemplazable” which is blowing up radio in cities like Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Albuquerque. In an effort to capitalize on that novelty, Beyonce recently recorded a duet with Latin superstar Alejandro Fernandez called “Amor Gitano”.

      The song will debut on the Telemundo novella (or soap opera), El Zorro on February 12. The song will then appear on the special edition of Beyonce’s album B’ Day, which will feature six additional tracks in Spanish and drop in April. There will also be a DVD version of B’Day that will feature 12 videos, two of them in Spanish that will be exclusively available at Wal-Mart in April.