Majo Aguilar sees his first material crystallized
MEXICO CITY (El Universal) .— Majo Aguilar is worth the obstacles he has to face to follow his dream in the Mexican regional genre.
The singer, granddaughter of Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre, has sought to place herself in the industry since she was 11 years old when she accompanied her grandfather on his “Goodbye Tour” and today, more than a decade later, she releases her first album.
As part of a dynasty of singers, he has learned to feel pride more than responsibility and to forge his own path.
“I have learned that things are done with a lot of work and patience and I have taken many things out of my head, for example, although I liked the genre a lot and sang it in my shows, suddenly I said: oh, but don’t go to say I’m doing it because my family does it! Although I have a long way to go, I have learned that there are things that ‘not even the case’ and I have learned that everything is done with a lot of love, “said Majo in an interview.
During the pandemic, he indicated, he learned to compose by Zoom, through a workshop with Bruno Danzza, from there songs emerged that he has premiered for several months, with which he seeks to speak to new generations.
“Me vale” is called the single in which he talks about a woman who leaves behind a very toxic love affair. With this lyrics, Majo wanted to leave evidence of her temperament as a “very direct” young woman.
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