Approaching the final stretch of the month and in full fervor of summer, there are many artists looking to connect the long-awaited seasonal single from urban genre, ranchero, ballad, pop and even cumbia. This weekend Camilla Cabello surprises with colorful theme; Gloria Trevi goes on a duet with Guaynaa and Ricardo Arjona reinvents herself again. Ceci Bastida, La Santa Cecilia, Ovi, Diferente Nivel and Vale, are also featured in the musical novelties.
The singer with Caribbean roots lived an emotional moment last night with her presentation with Pitbull and Emilio Estefan on the stage of Premios Juventud raising her voice for the social situation in Cuba under the message of “freedom” and as part of the campaign #SOSCuba. Precisely Cabello brings out her essence in her recent single “Don’t Go Yet”, salsa, mambo, rumba and chachachá are the sounds that the singer implements in this new material, which so far has more than 1.3 million views on YouTube.
Ricardo Arjona is presented this weekend with “Hecho a la antigua”, the Guatemalan’s new live album that became the most watched livestreaming in the history of Latin America where the artist bet on intimacy illuminated by only 5 thousand candles. Today comes to light the production that became a before and after in the career of Arjona, more than 25 songs, 30 musicians and one of the most exciting evenings with “Hecho a la antigua”.
Another artist present at Premios Juventud was the Mexican singer Gloria Trevi, who last night along with the reggaeton player Guaynaa premiered the new single “Nos volvimos locos”, a collaboration expected by fans of the interpreter of “Dr. Psiquiatra” who has been resuming her musical path with works such as “La Mujer” with Mon Laferte. Now Trevi joins one of the Puerto Rican exponents in a new rhythm.
Continuing with the national talent, the born and raised in Tijuana and now living in Los Angeles, Ceci Bastida, presents her new single “Corre”, with the participation of Tamer Nafar, and that expresses the struggle of the different people of Latin America and the constant danger they face when migrating to a country like the United States. The former vocalist of Tijuana Does not put interest to the immigration issue, so she decided to write an album about it.
Another inspiring single comes from the hand of La Santa Cecilia and Lila Downs, who come together for the premiere of “Quiero verte feliz”, a perfect formula that brings together the powerful voices of La Marisoul and Downs and complements them with dynamic and extraordinary rhythms to offer us a positive and encouraging message that, naturally, will reach its fans around the world as a breath of fresh air.
“I think we’re going through one of the most difficult periods of our time because of the pandemic. And “Quiero Verte Feliz” is an invitation to return to that great dance that is life,” said the Grammy-winning quartet, who on August 21 kick off their “Ella me enamoró” tour of the United States.
In another point, “Desahogo” is the new single shared by the exponent of the urban regional Ovi with the company Rancho Humilde and the hand of Warner Music Latina. The Cuban singer-songwriter continues to demonstrate why he continues to rise like foam in the urban genre, as his ability to mix different genres and his versatility have made him a favorite of the public.
Different Level shows his transgressive “DNA”, sixth album a production that to the singles released adds seven new songs. “Un Gran Líder”, “Mi Declaración”, “Chachá”, “Ven a Ver”, “Dile”, “Dile la Verdad” and the impressive “Aquí Sigo” are full of stories that speak of a current Mexico while revealing a mature group that knows its roots very well; so much so as to make a different artistic proposal.
Finally, the duo of twin sisters, Vale, continues its rising career in 2021 and today presents its new single “Este Viaje”, a song produced in the company of renowned Puerto Rican artist Tommy Torres, winner of multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy awards. Theme that celebrates life and its different paths, simple in which the young artists reflect on how much it is worth going out to pursue dreams.