Updated 01:09 AM EDT, Mon, Jun 01, 2020

Prince Royce Debuts New English Track 'Extraordinary' [Listen]

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Weeks before Prince Royce's English-language album debut, the singer has released a brand-new track earlier than expected for his fans.

The song titled "Extraordinary" comes after the musical artist's "Back It Up," which gained buzz for its sexy music video featuring Jennifer Lopez. "Stuck On a Feeling," which showcased rapper Snoop Dogg, was the first song to be unveiled from the record, The Wrap reported.

Listen to "Extraordinary" below published on Royce's YouTube page. The song is available for download for those who pre-order his album on iTunes and Amazon.

"Extraordinary" is produced by Rune Westberg and co-written by Royce, Billboard wrote. The recording artist's new record, "Double Vision," will be unveiled on July 24, containing songs such as "Handcuffs," "Lucky One," and "Dangerous" featuring Kid Ink. The album's deluxe edition also comes with four additional tracks: "Lay You Down," "With You," "Getaway," and "End of My World."

"Double Vision" will feature Royce's work with song writers and producers who have previously teamed up with Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Chris Brown, Beyonce, and Jason Derulo, among others, MTV reported.

Aside from releasing new music, the Latin heartthrob is also set to join Grande's Honeymoon Tour this summer. The tour's summer leg will kick off on July 16, 2015 at Amalie Arena in Tampa and will end on Oct. 15 at El Paso County Coliseum in El Paso, Texas, a separate report from Billboard noted.

Royce has won numerous awards for his contribution in the music industry, including accolades from ASCAP in categories such as Favorite Latin Artist, Latin Songwriter of the Year, Best Artist, Favorite Album, Tropical Song of the Year, and Artist of the Year, MTV noted.

"[Fans] are going to have a pleasant surprise," he told Latina, speaking about his new music. "It's a whole other side of me."

Since scoring a record deal in 2010, the 26-year-old singer has released three studio albums with a special focus in the bachata genre, Direct Lyrics noted. His records include 2010's self-titled album, 2012's "Phase II," and 2013's "Soy el Mismo," MTV listed.

When asked what inspired him to attempt a crossover in the English music scene, Royce revealed that he doesn't want to limit himself in the Spanish market.

"I am never about taking the easy way towards anything . . . it is about doing what feels right. For me, the most natural choice is to do exactly this - to have a career in my native language, as well as in Spanish," Royce told Direct Lyrics. "It actually never occurred to me to only sing in only one language. Why limit myself -- I am bilingual."

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