( ) – This week our musical premieres are headed by the brothers Mau and Ricky, who presented “Miami”.
Also included is the Colombian singer Carlos Vives, who begins the celebration of his three decades in music with “La historia”. In the list we also include the new from Lasso, Blessd, Lenny Tavárez, Yendry, Pablo Alborán and more.
In Zona Pop we compile some of the most outstanding premieres. Check out the list of these music premieres and their videos.
Music releases of the week
Mau and Ricky, “Miami”
If there is something that has characterized Mau and Ricky during their career, it is their good humor. And this is precisely what we can see in the video clip of his new single, “Miami”.
The song talks about finding the love you’ve always dreamed of.
“’Miami’ is a song about when you meet someone that you feel like you’ve been waiting your whole life for. When you realize that your life, before that person, had no meaning because the whole point was to find her,” Mau and Ricky say in a statement.
The song was produced by a friend of the brothers and with whom they have worked on various occasions, JonTheProducer, along with Andry Kiddos and Ricky Montaner. The song was composed by the performers.
The video clip, the brothers explained, parodies the most frivolous part of Miami.
“Throughout the different scenes, we see the artists get into character as a couple of pretentious friends driving through the streets of Miami in extravagant cars, highlighting iconic places in the city in different shots and enjoying typical Venezuelan gastronomy at the well-known restaurant in the city El Arepazo, together with his friend Victor Drija”, adds the Warner Music statement.
Carlos Vives, “The Story”
Carlos Vives returns to our list of musical releases of the week with “La historia”, the first single from his next production, with which he celebrates 30 years in music.
“La historia”, by Rafael Escalona, is part of the vallenatos that Vives will compile on the album “Escalona had never been recorded like this”.
The theme talks about a love that died and the pain that remains in the people it leaves behind.
For Vives, the production of this album is full of nostalgia because his entire musical history began in the nineties, when he starred in the soap opera about the life of maestro Escalona.
Lasso, “Men are all the same”
Lasso presented the single “Los hombres son todos igual”, a song with a background story, as the Venezuelan singer has accustomed us to.
The song is perfect to celebrate Valentine’s Day and don’t be afraid of the title, it doesn’t talk about heartbreak, but rather the opposite: the beginning of a relationship.
Álvaro Díaz and Sen Sera, “1000 CANCIONES”
The Puerto Rican singer Álvaro Díaz arrives on our list with his new song, a collaboration with the Sen Sera, “1000CANCIONES”.
This is the third single from his upcoming album, “Sayonara”, which will be released this year under the Universal Music Latino label.
About the collaboration, Díaz says: “I can honestly say that this was one of the best experiences. It’s very rare that Sen or I do a reggaeton song and that’s why this song is so special.”
Pablo Alborán, “Fame”
We finished our main list of musical premieres with a friend of the house. The singer Pablo Alborán presented his version of Rosalía’s “La Fama” with The Weeknd together with Amazon Music.
This is Alborán’s second collaboration with Amazon Music.
“Since I heard ‘La Fama’ and, with the respect and admiration I have for Rosalía, I imagined performing a more intimate version of the song. I hope all Amazon Music listeners enjoy this new version as much as I do. I am so excited to share it with my fans,” said the man from Malaga in a statement.
Other musical premieres:
Manuel Medrano and Juliana, “The first time”
Ely Blancarte, Whiteblack Saga, “After Party”
Lenny Tavarez, “Congratulations”
Fátima Pinto, “Uncommitted”
Bad Gyal, “Pimp”
Frijo, “Explicit Trap” (EP)
Adriel Favela, “In this love”
The Alpha “The Boss” and Prince Royce, “I give him 20 thousand”
Kevin Roldan, Bryant Myers, “SEX”
Fonseca “Live and direct”
Marco Mares, “screenshots”
Rei, “The wacho and the wacha”
Tutto Durán, Carlos Baute, “This song”
Los Rivera Destino, “Plastic chair”