A joke and anecdotes are a part of the track “Ay José”, the one that singer Jessica Díaz will launch tomorrow.
It’s a biographical track that the interpreter composed with Labiaga and Eduardo Ibarra. The humorous factor is that, as Jessica says, it’s primarily based on actual occasions, within the story of her love life, during which three males named José have been her boyfriends.
The concept of the track tells that it arose at this stage of her life, during which she questioned who her subsequent boyfriend can be, what would he be referred to as, as a result of “I feel like falling in love and having children”.
Thus was born the concept of singing about an account of his love life.
He factors out that it’s a very direct track, since he mentions the boyfriends he has had by their names, and the way they’ve impacted his life.
When making a rely of his gallants, he realized that he had already had three boyfriends named José, which appears very curious and even humorous, since his mom could be very Catholic and all the time asks God to ship his Saint Joseph to get married and begin a household. However Jessica, though she has had three José’s in her love life, says that they weren’t the appropriate ones, so, considerably in truth and considerably jokingly, she has instructed her mom to cease asking for her Saint Joseph to reach. The theme ensures that it’s enjoyable, it isn’t a track of ardor or spite, however reasonably tells in a biographical and narrative means of their amorous affairs. As for the rhythm, he continues to discover city pop, and it’s, due to this fact, a really danceable track, to take pleasure in and have enjoyable.
The premiere of the one shall be accompanied by a video clip that’s now prepared, and in which you’ll be able to see one other side of the singer.
“It is very cool (the video), you will see me in a character created especially for this story,” he explains.
He considers that with this manufacturing he rises to a stage as an artist, one thing he all the time seeks, to go up.
He clarifies that in “Ay José” he doesn’t sing to a selected man, however to the identify of José. And he wonders who he’ll find yourself with if he has already had three José in his life.
The one might be seen and heard on all music platforms beginning tomorrow, Friday.
In social networks yow will discover the singer as Jessica Díaz Oficial.— IRIS CEBALLOS ALVARADO