How to Learn Singing “Juntos (Together)” from Juanes

Juanes – Juntos (Together): A Singing Guide

“Juntos” is an upbeat song by the Colombian singer Juanes. Its contagious rhythm and unique vocal technique make it a fun choice for singers looking to expand their repertoire and improve their skills. Here’s how you can nail this song, focusing on the particular vocal technique used: twang.

The Technique: Twang

Twang is a vocal technique originating in country and pop music. It involves the narrowing of the larynx to create a distinctive “nasal” sound. The technique makes the voice more resonant and louder, without requiring more effort. Best examples include songs from country, pop, and punk genres.

How To Sing Juntos with Twang

Start by identifying the song’s essential elements through a song analysis (source). Determine the song’s key, melody, rhythm, and where twang is used. You can use our Vocal Pitch Monitor to help.

Next, to master twang, start with the ‘How to Twang Exercise’ video (source). Practice the technique separately until you can comfortably produce the sound.

Once you’re comfortable with twang, it’s time to apply it to the song. Try to mimic Juanes’s twangy style in “Juntos.” Use the Pitch Training Game to train your pitch accuracy while singing the song.

Other Songs with Twang

Twang is present in many genres, making it a versatile technique to learn. Examples include Shania Twain’s “Man! I Feel Like a Woman!,” Miley Cyrus’s “Party in the U.S.A.,” and Green Day’s “American Idiot.”


Singing “Juntos” by Juanes provides a fun challenge to practice and demonstrate your twang technique. As always, remember that learning to sing a song is a process. Enjoy the journey and keep exploring other songs and techniques available on Singing Carrots platform!