Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Robi Draco Rosa will hit the stage again after winning his battle with cancer on a tour that - starting Oct. 19 - will take him to five U.S. cities.

With shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Orlando and Miami, Draco will perform his greatest hits, many of which are gathered on his album "Vida," which went on sale in March.

His latest musical work was undertaken as an answer to his two-year battle with cancer.

Draco was eager to do the album to celebrate his full recovery with help from artists like Ricky Martin, Juan Luis Guerra, Juanes, Ruben Blades, Shakira, Calle 13, Jose Feliciano and Marc Anthony.

Since "Vida" was released it has moved up into the top slots in Billboard's Latin charts.

Draco began his musical career in the boy band Menudo, which during the 1980s was one of the most successful Latin music groups and which also counted Puerto Rican idol Ricky Martin among its members.

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