Kylie Minogue hits up Havana in 'Stop Me from Falling' video with Gente de Zona
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Australian superstar Kylie Minogue premiered the music video for Latin remix of "Stop Me from Falling" on April 19. She hits up Havana with Cuban duo Gente de Zona.

"Stop Me from Falling" is the second single from Minogue's new album, Golden. The record was lead by the song "Dancing." Earlier this week, she announced a special remix of "Falling" featuring Gente de Zona, the guys on hits by Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer Lopez. Like much of the pop world right now, Kylie immerses herself in Latin music. The countrified track gets a tropical twist with Gente de Zona supplying new Spanish verses that Minogue surprisingly sings back to them. Kylie has done a lot in her 30-year career, but this latest version of "Falling" proves she's still not afraid to take adventurous risks. Ky-Latina steps out with a feel-good bilingual bop.

The music video for the "Stop Me from Falling" remix was shot in Havana, Cuba. Kylie finds herself attracted to a Latin guy then soon finds herself embracing the culture with Gente de Zona in the city streets. In a red hot dress, she becomes the dancing woman emoji and tears it up with the colorfully-dressed locals. The song will be released to iTunes and Apple Music on April 20.