Award-winning global superstar and one of the world’s best-selling artists, Christina Aguilera, makes her highly anticipated return to Spanish music with a new single and video titled “Pa Mis Muchachas”.
The song celebrates the Latin brotherhood by starring global Latin music superstar Becky G, explosive rising Argentinian star Nicki Nicole and provocative songwriter and rapper based in Spain Nathy Peluso. On the track, a quivering acoustic guitar unfolds around a nodding rhythm as Christina’s instantly recognizable voice resonates. As always, her stunning performance, along with the voices of Becky G, Nicki Nicole and Nathy Peluso, grab attention with wit, soul, strength and style. The song brings together some of the most daring powers in Latin music and culture, warming up every verse. “’Pa Mis Muchachas’ embodies the spirit of being a strong woman and empowering other strong women; the track pays tribute to the generations before us who made us who we are, and to the women of today who surround us and who inspire future generations. It’s also a song about owning who you are and accepting others without judgment, ”Christina said. The song was composed by Christina Aguilera, Nathy Peluso, Nicki Nicole, Becky G, Kat Dahlia, Yasmil Marrufo, Jorge Luis Chacín, Yoel Henríquez; produced by Rafa Arcaute and Federico Vindver and co-produced by Afo Verde.
Also, released Friday the clip of “Pa Mis Muchachas” directed by Alexandre Moore. Recorded in Buenos Aires, Los Angeles and Madrid, it is another testament to the contagious power of these dynamic Latin artists. The clip premiered on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Latin America and on the Viacom CBS Times Square billboard.
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