"Por Su Amor" was inspired by the "breathtaking Baja, California, vistas and expansive blue of the Gulf of California" and recorded in Cabo San Lucas, México, per the press release.
ET spoke with Sting in November about the inspiration for his LP and why he chose that name. "I think we're all looking for a bridge to the future that is somewhere safe, somewhere happy, and somewhere less anxious," he shared. "I'm looking for that, everyone I know is looking for that, so the album deals with those issues in transition from one world to another one place, one state of mind."
This isn't the first time the 70-year-old artist has sung in Spanish. Sting has a history of blending languages, which includes songs on his 1987 EP, Nada Como el Sol, that includes songs performed in Spanish and Portuguese.
Back in 2020, Sting collaborated with Ricky Martin on the Puerto Rican singer's EP, Pausa, singing the song "Simple." At the time, Martin told ET it was a "gorgeous" track and working with the Police frontman was a "dream accomplished."
Sting joined the list of previously announced performers including Laura Pausini, Ángela Aguilar, Christian Nodal, CNCO, Gente de Zona, Jay Wheeler, Luis Fonsi, Natti Natasha, Olga Tañón, Prince Royce, Sebastián Yatra and Wisin y Yandel, among others.
Camilo, Christian Nodal and J Balvin lead the nominations list with 10 each, with Bad Bunny taking home top honors, and a total of six awards Thursday.