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Thalia's 'A Mucha Honra': 5 Essential Songs

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Taking a regional Mexican music route has led Thalia — sometimes called the Queen of Latin Pop — again to her roots, as she embraces the resurgence of música mexicana on her newest EP, A Mucha Honra.

“This album was created on the supply from which this [new corridos] motion comes and emanates,” the celebrity tells Billboard Español. In collaboration with Jimmy Humilde of Rancho Humilde and music producer Edgar Rodríguez of Yellow Room, the singer dives deep into the musical heritage of her beloved residence nation.

She displays on the ability of songs just like the timeless “Amor a la Mexicana” as a key inspiration for this challenge. “It’s the right circle of why I’m singing regional [Mexican] proper now,” says Thalia in regards to the basic 1997 Mexican cumbia-pop hit. “[This genre] evokes a nostalgia in me. It will get into the Mexican DNA and provokes a catharsis in you, this type, this sound, these chords.”

The 9-track EP, launched on Friday (April 26) underneath Sony Music US Latin, consists of the corridos tumbados of “Bebé, Perdón,” “Para Qué Celarme” and a remake of “Amor a la Mexicana.” There’s additionally the sierreño pop jam “Choro” that includes Estilo Sin Límite, the norteño music “Silencio,” and a nor-techno remix of “Te Va a Doler,” courtesy of Deorro, which she premiered final evening on the 2024 Latin American Music Awards; the unique model options Grupo Firme.

“For me it has been a pleasure to have the ability to create this music for such a very long time, to have the ability to carry out it”, the artist explains. “It has been unimaginable for me to launch A Mucha Honra little by little. I at all times attempt to expertise various things, new issues, issues that problem me and add to me.”

Beneath, Thalia breaks down 5 important songs from her new EP, in her personal phrases.

“Te Va a Doler” (with Grupo Firme)

“Te Va a Doler” is a music that regardless of being regional [Mexican], has a little bit little bit of each worlds. It has a little bit extra of the Thalia universe, of my musical and interpretative type, however it nonetheless has the ability and sonority of the brand new regional Mexican. For greater than a 12 months we’ve been speaking with Eduin Caz [of Grupo Firme] about doing one thing, about working collectively, and for me this music was the right ring for this union. The reality is that our types merged properly, his voice sounds very highly effective on this story, and it was spectacular.

From the identical music, “Te Va a Doler,” a extra digital model was executed with Deorro, who since I heard his work I beloved it, so I mentioned: “You must do one thing for me.” I like Deorro’s work, and he did the remix model of this music.

“Amor a la Mexicana”

It’s the right circle of why I’m singing regional proper now. For me, singing to Mexico and singing within the types of our musical [heritage] has been a relentless in my discography. If you happen to search for songs, movies and hits by Thalia which have a regional or Mexican sound, there are a lot of, and the basic of my total profession is “Amor a la Mexicana.” So, it couldn’t be lacking on this album known as A Mucha Honra. I really feel honored to be Mexican, to have a good time what is going on with tradition, with music globally right now. And what greater than with the icing on the cake, which is to sing a brand new model of “Amor a la Mexicana”, which actually turned out spectacular. Surely, it’s one among my greatest variations of “Amor a la Mexicana.”

“Troca” (with Ángela Aguilar)

It’s a music that has such lovely lyrics, so pure, so easy, a lot love, that I wanted. It resonated with me to sing one thing with lovely, with delicate lyrics of affection. It made me really feel good to pronounce these phrases and these lyrics. It was additionally an important alternative to deliver collectively two generations, two Mexicans, singing right now. I really feel that our voices got here collectively very cool, and really velvety, like a comfy blanket round you. And that makes me very joyful to have the ability to say how cool it’s that two Mexicans from totally different generations coexist in a love music.

We made an animated video which can be one thing new and totally different for me. It’s tremendous cute.

“Choro” (with Estilo Sin Límite)

“Choro” options Dania from Estilo Sin Límite, an rising artist who has unimaginable expertise, and is a good songwriter with a really particular voice. Once I heard her, I mentioned, “Let’s do the music, let’s work”, and we recorded “Choro.” The interpretation is tremendous cool. I really feel a duty, of somebody who has already come a good distance [in my career] to increase a hand and help new abilities.

[Choro] is a really Mexican factor to say. I believed it was title, idea for a music. Later it made me snicker as a result of in different nations it has totally different connotations.

“Para Qué Celarme”

I believe it’s my favourite of the album. The preparations are nostalgic, it does one thing to my coronary heart. I like the lyrics, the story is so superior, and it permits me as an actress to sing it and get into character. And that’s what I actually like about this music. It’s a ballad with pleasure, with power. It jogs my memory a little bit little bit of that music of mine, “Equivocada,” in the subject material. My followers likes to see the occasion Thalia, the Thalia who sings irreverent songs, dance songs, but additionally the romantic one, the one who sings songs of damaged hearts, and intense ballads. That is the ballad of this album.

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