¡Que viva mamá!
On Could 8, individuals in all places will be prepared to rejoice their moms (or the charming women who elevated them) with the best tunes of the week from artists these types of as Ha-Ash, Christian Nodal and the return of Terrible Bunny.
With our #NewMusicFriday sequence, People today Chica would like to convey you some of the most popular new music that’ll make you want to jam out all weekend lengthy. So pull out your headphones and get completely ready to social gathering!
“Serías Tú” by Ha-Ash
Get ready for tears this Mother’s Working day as Ha-Ash releases their new solitary just in time to celebrate our mamás. The new observe is portion of their future album and is committed to Hannah’s daughter, Mathilda, who can be read laughing at the starting and all through the track. The team has solely premiered the video with Persons Chica.
“Unfortunate Women Often End Initial” by Alaina Castillo
As she will get prepared to open up up for Coldplay in Houston, Alaina Castillo has introduced her newest single marking a new sad woman period for the Mexican American songstress. “‘Sad Women Constantly Complete First’ is a track about acknowledging the feelings that a person would commonly conceal just to phony a smile and act like it truly is all alright,” Castillo reported. “It is really a song about self-sabotage and manic ideas that get turned into moments of self-assurance that help us notice we’re all a small messed up and that’s properly fine.”
“Vivo en el 6” by Christian Nodal
The singer-songwriter is releasing his third one, “Vivo en el 6,” as one particular of the most poetic tracks he has unveiled in his occupation. Nodal paired up with mates Édgar Barrera and Edén Muñoz, as he talks about staying “just friends,” drinking and like. “You will like this song extremely a lot, it is really intended to be listened to with a drink in hand, it can be even legitimate to cry for that appreciate that will not have earned us. It is dedicated for all those who bet on stories of like,” Nodal shared.
“Moscow Mule” by Bad Bunny
Terrible Bunny has returned just in time for summer season with his new album Un verano sin ti. El Conejo Malo is taking us on a seaside occasion with the one “Moscow Mule,” a reggaeton track that starts with Asian-impressed beats when staying laidback and stuffed with lots of synth. The Puerto Rican star’s new monitor will undoubtedly turn into a strike.
“Imagina” by Jesse & Pleasure
Jesse & Joy have released this electro-freckled single that is exhibiting a side of the duo fans have in no way viewed. The artists also introduced their sixth album Clichés bringing with admirers their signature seems and heartfelt lyrics.