Kary Karina has just released the music video for her most recent single “Todo Este Cariño” and has dedicated it to Veterans and their families.
The video was inspired by actual events experienced by the songwriter, Johnny Davila. In the video, you see a military couple corresponding with each other via mail as one of them serves in the military.
“He wrote it while he was serving our country in the Marines, someone that’s away — a soldier — writing a letter and that letter then becomes the song ‘Todo Este Carino’ that I end up creating later on,” Kary Karina described the video in an interview with The AC Cruz Podcast.
Davila also filmed and produced the music video that gives a great visual for the Gabriel Zavala-produced track.
“Its release was done a couple days before Veterans Day because it was important for me to honor all of our brave men and women that serve our great nation,” she tells Tejano Nation. “Thank you, veterans and all military families for all that you do and for your sacrifice.”
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