Puerto Rican pop star Chayanne has released a cover version of iconic Mexican singer and actor Pedro Infante's classic hit "Amorcito corazón" and the new track is now available for download at the iTunes Store.

The tune, which went on sale Tuesday, was revived to serve as the theme song for the like-named telenovela starring Elizabeth Alvarez and Diego Olivera and currently being aired in Mexico by No. 1 broadcaster Televisa.

Chayanne recently wrapped up his latest world tour, "No hay imposibles" (Nothing's Impossible), which took him to cities in the United States, Spain and some Latin American countries.

The release of the "No hay imposibles" album marked the 43-year-old singer's return to the studio after a two-year break in which he delved into other activities, including acting.

The album, which features a mixture of ballads and dance tracks, went gold in Argentina, Venezuela, Mexico and the United States.

Infante was a singer and film actor who achieved his greatest fame during the late 1930s "Golden Era" of Mexican cinema. He died in 1957 at age 39 when the plane he was piloting crashed in the Yucatan Peninsula.

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