Magali Delarosa released the official music video for her latest single “Llorare Por Ti.”
The beautiful mariachi ballad is the second single from the Rio Grande Valley singer’s upcoming fourth album. “Llorare Por Ti” was written by Greg Garza, a member of Delarosa’s band, who also adds his background vocals to the song.
Garza gave a demo of the song to Delarosa and she described listening to it for the first time with Tejano Nation. “Oh my God, I started to cry because it was so beautiful, like the way he had sung it and the writing was just so great,” she said.
Delarosa went straight to the studio to record the song and she knew she had something special in mind for the music video.
“I knew I wanted to do this novela style, dramatic video,” she said. “We got it done. The fans really like it and it has been doing very well.”
Delarosa wrote the script for the video that features a couple’s love blossom into marriage and then infidelity destroys the relationship, but like a novela there is always a twist at the end for the video directed and filmed by Baldemar Garcia of 1st Class Cinema.
“Llorare Por Ti” is the second single from Delarosa’s upcoming fourth album that is expected for release in February 2021. She is also planning to release a full album filled with all her Mariachi songs for the holidays.
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