Árboles is an album from Puerto Rican singer Roy Brown and Cuban singer Silvio Rodríguez, along with Cuban septetAfrocuba. Brown and Rodríguez has collaborated previously, but this is the first album where they are billed together.
Árboles was recorded from January to February 1987 at EGREM Studios in Havana, Cuba. It features five songs by Roy Brown, and two songs by Rodríguez. The last song, "Árboles", is sung by Brown and Rodríguez together. It is based on a poem by Clemente Soto Vélez. The album also features singing contributions from Cubans Pablo Milanés (on "Negrito bonito") and Anabell López (on "Ohé Nené"). This album is also notable for featuring the first version of "Boricua en la luna", which has probably become Brown's most popular song.