After the success obtained with the songs “212” and “Las Vegas”, the mau continues to demonstrate the artistic potential it possesses and now, reveals his musical versatility with the single “Esta canción” totally different from the previous ones, which makes her very happy.
“It is my first pop song and I am very satisfied with the final result, as well as having a very special content. In this I reveal the versatility that characterizes me as an artist, as I have always said: my art is free. I love it and it makes me very happy offer diversity in my music and my shows for all my listeners and followers,” said Venezuelan singer Maura Marín, better known as the mau.
Like the previous singles, this theme has lyrics with which people will feel identified, “we are inspired by the fact that no one dies for love, in those relationships of attempts and failures, where everything is done, but equally This way doesn’t end up working. But it also talks about overcoming, self-love and letting go.”
“This song” written by La Mau together with Juan Felipe Torres, Manuel Larrad and Andrés Felipe Enríquez, produced by the latter and Neneto, represents a new challenge for the young woman from Maracay, Venezuela, which is why expectations are high. “I want everyone to enjoy it and sing the chorus at the top of their lungs at one of my concerts in the future, I would love for it to become an anthem for everyone who has tried many times, who has suffered and who simply needs to recover their self-love”.
In addition, it has audiovisual material directed by Like That. “We were able to make a fun, simple video with a lot of movement, it was a motorcycle trip next to a big screen and with colorful images, the final result was super special.”
The interpreter continues to take firm steps in her career and hopes” to be able to continue releasing all the music that I have made in a long time, to continue composing, to transport myself to other places in search of a lot of inspiration and to know stories that continue to motivate me to turn them into songs. I want to continue loving this art and, of course, telling with the support of Swag Records, who have been instrumental to me in this process.”
Source: Francisco Inzunza from DEBATE on 2023-03-18 17:26:38