The enduring voice of the late Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel shall be heard once more on Thursday evening (Sept. 7), when “Méxxico es Todo” premieres on digital platforms. The monitor was formally introduced a day prior on the artist’s social media.
“I’m very comfortable to be with you once more, with my beloved Mexico, and cherished by so many individuals”, a message with the voice of the singer of “Noa Noa” — tailored from earlier recordings however with out using AI — is heard on a video posted on Juan Gabriel’s official Instagram account. “I invite you to journey with me by means of all these cities that marked my life and that stuffed it with a lot love. Put together your baggage, I invite you to make this journey collectively”.
“Méxxico es Todo” is the primary single from the second posthumous album of the famous person after 2022’s Los Dúo 3, and the primary with authentic unpublished songs, a consultant of Virgin Music México confirmed to Billboard Español on Wednesday evening at an occasion in Mexico Metropolis, the place the track and its music video had been premiered to pick out media.
The monitor was produced by Rodrigo Cárdenas and shall be formally launched on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. (Central Mexico time) and at 8:00 p.m. (US Jap Time). The track maintains the distinctive musical stamp of Gabriel, with festive melodies to the rhythm of trumpets, and sounds that flirt with conventional Mexican music, this time with hints of pop.
The music video, created by Juan Gabriel’s former collaborator David Tames and which lasts about seven minutes and 20 seconds, is a collage of photographs of iconic locations and symbols of Mexican tradition such because the Zócalo in Mexico Metropolis, the Basilica of Guadalupe, the Pyramids of Teotihuacán, the Aztec calendar and the tricolor flag with the protect of an eagle devouring a snake.
Iván Gabriel, the artist’s son and common inheritor, is predicted to supply extra particulars about his father’s new album, which might be launched within the coming weeks.
Recognized all through Latin America for classics reminiscent of “Querida” and “Amor Eterno,” Juan Gabriel died of pure causes on Aug. 28, 2016 at his residence in Santa Monica, California, within the midst of a tour. He was 66.
Inducted into the Billboard Latin Music Corridor of Fame in 1996, he constructed a legacy as a multifaceted artist over a more-than-four-decade profession, recording songs in genres as numerous as ranchero, ballad, pop and bolero in addition to producing different artists. Amongst his many accomplishments, the “Divo de Juárez” offered greater than 150 million information, wrote over 1,800 songs, launched 34 studio albums, was a six-time Grammy nominee, received three Latin Grammys posthumously and had seven No. 1s on Billboard‘s Scorching Latin Songs chart. (“Yo No Sé Qué Me Pasa” even led the primary version of that chart in 1986.)
See the teaser for “Méxxico es Todo” beneath.