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Miriam Hernandez talks ‘Synergia’ – her first album in 10 years – Billboard

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In 2011, Myriam Hernandez released her studio album sedukion (Universal Music Latino), which peaked at number 11 BoardLatin Pop Albums Chart of. Earlier this year, she fell synergiaHis first studio album in 10 years and a completely independent release.

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The reason for his decade long hiatus? She did not join the hitmakers.

“It was really 10 years, completely independent, there were so many wonderful writers who sent me songs, but none of them really managed to fill my soul,” she explains. Board, “When I record an album I always have to be 100% alive and aware that the songs I’m going to record are really what I want to sing, both in the studio and on stage, that I want to convey. I’m my fan.”

The Chilean singer/songwriter, who has a number of timeless tracks, including the Hot Latin Song number 1 hits “Te pares tanto a el” and “Peligroso amor”, explains that she felt anxious at one point in her career because she was someone. Don’t even fall in love with the proposal.

That is, until Spanish musician Jacobo Calderón, son of the late singer and composer Juan Carlos Calderón, sent him a DM on Instagram. The latter worked on Hernandez’s 1992 album, Mary Hernandez IIIHome of the classic singles “Say Me Few” and “Un Hombre Secreto”.

“He told me that the album I made with his father marked his life, and that’s when we started contacting him on WhatsApp where he sent me his songs,” Hernandez says. “I swear I fell in love with the first songs, because I thought they were songs sent by his father, Juan Carlos. When he heard me sing, he felt the same way. He thought his father composed the songs. “

called synergia (Synergy) Due to all the special moments that happened during the album process, the project is home to 11 new tracks, including “Partir de Ti”.

“At one point, Jacobo told me that he found a cassette in his house containing his father’s unreleased tunes. He sent me to record it, and when I did, I cried. For Jacobo, it made a circle.” It was also discontinued because it was the first time he had composed a song with his father. It was a posthumous joint composition.”

Hernandez will begin her Synergia Tour in October, where she will join talented musicians, choirs and cutting-edge technology to perform songs from her new set. The trek runs through November 13, meeting fans in Miami, Orlando, New York, Houston and Atlanta.

What can fans expect on tour? An honest and transparent relationship with love. “I want to continue singing about love,” she says. “On this album, I refreshed my voice with more rhythmic sounds, but I feel like I’m still betting on love and making music like never before. I sing to love until the day I die I will stay.”

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Reference from www.billboard.com

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