Kylie Minogue Feels The Havana Heat In “Stop Me From Falling” Remix Video

Cuban reggaeton duo Gente de Zona join the Aussie pop princess for a Latin twist.

Kylie Minogue is continuing to bring fans a fun country vibe with her new single, “Stop Me From Falling,” off her new album, Golden.

But the remix turns the Nashville allure on its head, adding Latin-inspired beats and Spanish verses from Delgado and Randy Malcolm Martinez, a.k.a. Cuban reggaeton duo Gente de Zona.

Directed by Sophie Muller, who previously directed Minogue’s “Dancing” video, the remix’s colorful video was filmed in Havana, where Minogue keeps “falling” for a series of sexy men and the city itself.

Watch the original video below and then check out the melding of Minogue’s trademark sound with a Cubano flair.

How does the new “Stop Me From Falling” compare to the more countrified original?
 

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