Coronavirus USA | Becky G pays tribute to Selena Quintanilla video singing “Dreaming of you”

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It’s been 25 years since Selena Quintanilla died; however, the interpreter “Like the flower” is still alive in the memory of not only their fans, but also many artists, as the young Becky G.

In its official account of Instagram, the American singer paid tribute to the queen of tex-mex, who died tragically killed a quarter of a century, sharing a video where we see her singing the popular song “Dreaming of you”.

In the clip, the singer of “Without pajamas” appears in a bath, and as told in the legend of its publication, was minutes from getting on the stage at the Rodeo Houston San Antonio (United States), in February last.

Becky G accompanied the video with a message where he reflected on the situation in which we find a great part of the world by the pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19)

“I found this short clip on my phone. I miss San Antonio. Before that show, I had a little time for me. It is easy to remember moments so beautiful to try to distract us from the reality that we face. I have to say, of course, strange things that I do. Strange that feeling before you enter the stage, be in a study, all”, he wrote in the first lines the artist.

“But when I step back and look at the big picture, staying home is the right thing for humanity. It is not about transmissions in this moment, or the sale of tickets, or the fear of ‘losing momentum’ as an artist. If there is someone who is concerned about those things in this moment, sit with yourself and think that many people at this point are injured, frightened, stressed, lonely, and missing out on life”,gregó.

“Honestly, why we really do what we do? To connect. Now is the time to connect. Not to sell, not to force, but to CONNECT and provide those who want to listen to our music a healthy rest from all the madness. I see many artists using their platforms to raise awareness and use his music to lift others and that makes me very happy. That’s about it. We will be better at the end of this. From all of us. Selena”, finished the interpreter of “No Pajamas” to accompany this small tribute to Selena.

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Found this lil clip in my phone. I miss SAN ANTONIO 🤍 before this show I had a lil moment to myself. It’s easy to reminisce on such beautiful times to try to distract from the reality we’re facing… I must say, of course I miss what I do. I miss this feeling of right before I walk to the stage, being in the studio, all of it. But when I take a step back and look at the bigger picture, staying home is the right thing to do for humanity. It’s not about streams right now, or ticket sales, or fear of “losing momentum” as an artist. If there’s anyone who is worried about those things right now, please sit down with yourself and recognize that SO MANY people right now are hurting, scared, stressed, alone, and losing their lives. Honestly, why do we really do what we do? To connect. Now is the time to connect. Not leaves, not force, but to CONNECT and provide the ones who want to listen to our music a healthy break from all the madness. I see many artists using their platforms to bring awareness and using their music to uplift others and it makes me so happy to see. THAT’S what it’s about. 🤍🙏🏽 We will be better at the end of this. All of us. #STAYHOME #Selena 💜

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