The song that Belinda did not want to interpret and that later became a success

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Belinda Peregrin Schull Known As Belinda
Belinda Peregrin Schull known as Belinda

Belinda Peregrín Schüll, known as Belinda, is a 32-year-old Spanish singer and actress, naturalized Mexican, is considered one of the best exponents of Latin pop. She began acting as a child, when she was only ten years old, in roles on television shows.

After a 20-year career, Belinda had the opportunity to perform a song composed by Ana Bárbara, 51, the writer composed a special song for Belinda, which she rejected. But not everything ended there since the song was taken by another famous performer Angela Aguilar.

In various interviews, Belinda has mentioned that although her music is more focused on pop, her influences stem more from the rock genre. Mexican groups like Zoé and Café Tacuba have influenced her music,? as well as the Argentine Babasónicos and Gustavo Cerati. His songs like: “Vivir”, “Where will I go?” and “Egoísta”, have been covered by other artists in other languages, the first two in English and the last in Greek and Portuguese.

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Ángela Aguilar was the singer who took over the song “It’s actually”, the young woman is of Mexican-American origin and performs regional Mexican music. She gained notable recognition after performing “La Llorona” at the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in 2018. She is the granddaughter of Mexico’s El Charro, Antonio Aguilar.

The young musical promise Ángela Aguilar took over the song “Es en reality” and it was released in 2021 on all digital platforms. This video has more than 55 million views. Due to Belinda‘s rejection, the young singer did not hesitate to give her voice to the song and make it a success.

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 10 years. For over 7 years in journalism. Half of them are as editor. My weakness is doing mini-investigations on new topics.
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