Latin Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Chiquis released her first Christmas song with “Jingle Bells (Vamos All The Way),” a new reimagined bilingual version of the iconic holiday song.
“It is definitely a happy song that says that you have to enjoy together, you have to find love because after the hard time that we all lived it was difficult to find a loving relationship, and here it is about being close, celebrating the holidays together,” Chiquis told Radio Notas. “I wanted to give something different to this classic song, but with a Latin flavor, a pop cumbia.”
The 37-year-old Mexican American singer, the eldest daughter of the late Jenni Rivera, gave the holiday classic a cumbia and Spanglish twist, along with a music video presented by the Latin dating app Chispa and Cocina.
Chiquis added, “I’ve always wanted to do a Christmas song and I feel like the time is right. Today more than ever I feel better physically, and emotionally, for me, it was a success that night recording that video that was a super long day but a lot of fun.”
Chiquis flirtatiously associates “Jingle Bells” with dating, friendship, and family.
“Jingle Bells (Vamos All The Way)” from Chiquis is available to stream or download on all digital music platforms.
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