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Promotional photo courtesy of Saban Music Group featuring the Puerto Rican singer Chesca, who recently released the single “Como Tú Me Querías Remix” with De La Ghetto.
San Juan – The Puerto Rican singer Chesca, who recently released the single “Como Tú Me Querías Remix” with De La Ghetto, told Efe that she feels happy to be part of some form of change that brings the president-elect of the United States, Joe Biden, and to do so as a Latina.
Chesca, who on Saturday announced that she tested positive for covid-19, is part of “United We Serve” this Monday in the celebration of Martin Luther King’s National Day of Service with the presentation of her single “El Cambio”, with Diane Warren.
The Puerto Rican singer is the interpreter of the song “El Cambio”, which was officially chosen to be used in a video for the 2020 general election campaign of Biden and Kamala Harris, within their promotion to get the vote.
“El Cambio”, written by Diane Warren, is a Spanish version of “The Change”, originally performed by singer JoJo.
The events will be broadcast today via bideninaugural.org and on PIC’s social media platforms, including YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
“Being the only Latina is very important,” Chesca said of Monday’s broadcast, which is included in a series of events accompanying Biden’s arrival at the White House.
“Proud to be part of the change,” said the singer, who acknowledged feeling good despite being infected with covid-19.
“The first two days were the strongest,” said the artist. that indicated that already today he suffers symptoms that remind him of “a slight cold.”
DOES NOT FEEL BAD IN SPITE OF BEING CONTAGED
“I don’t feel bad,” said Francesca Ramírez, who took to social networks on Saturday to explain how she was infected, after recently going to a recording studio, where one of the producers felt ill.
Ramírez questioned him if it was covid and said “no”, that it was a hangover from the night before, so he then decided to take the rapid test, which turned out to be positive.
“Yes, it was covid and unfortunately it spread to all of us who were there,” lamented the artist.
The bad news of his contagion contrasts, however, with the recent release of “Como Tú Me Querías” (Remix) with his compatriot De La Ghetto.
SIMPLE ACCOMPANIED BY A VIDEO
The single is accompanied by a video filmed in the American city of Los Angeles under the direction of Mimi Labisi, from the Stellarhead production house.
The artist acknowledged that “Como Tú Me Querías” represents a change in the type of music she has made so far, but that she is very happy to do so.
“I was born in Puerto Rico and grew up with reggaeton,” said the singer, who underlined her joy at “entering the urban world.”
Chesca stressed that this has not been a problem, since, as he said, “it comes out very natural for me.”
In addition, he announced that new collaborations are coming in the urban genre, although he did not want to give names.
The singer clarified that this does not mean that she is going to say goodbye to the type of music she made before.
“I am an artist who can do everything,” said the Puerto Rican interpreter.
Chesca was recently nominated for the Premio Lo Nuestro 2021 in the Female Breakthrough Artist and Collaboration “Crossover” of the Year categories.
He reached number one on the Billboard Latin Airplay, Latin Rhythm and Latin Pop charts with the single “Te Quiero Baby,” which also features the collaboration of Pitbull and the legendary Frankie Valli.
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