Luis Fernando Borjas drops "Qué me hiciste," celebrates one year as a solo artist
The new single also celebrates Borjas' first year as a solo artist.
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Luis Fernando Borjas' new song "Qué me hiciste" has a tropical theme, and was composed by the Venezuelan artist alongside Latin Grammy winners and nominees Yasmil Marrufo, Mario Cáceres, Florentino Primera and Jorge Luis Chacín.
"'Que me hiciste' is a tasty tropical fusion full of joy that gives life to this fun audiovisual directed by the renowned Wil Romero with a retro look and a fresh concept full of color, which invites you to celebrate love and conquest with mischief and good humor," wrote Borjas in the description of the song's music video.
The new song tells a story that invites a celebration of "love and conquest with mischief and good humor."
According to the artist, "Qué me hiciste" is "a cumbia-guaracha, with elements of Zulian sounds that I have loved since I was a child."
"It will be part of my first album, which is characterized by being diverse, eclectic, a tasty mix that generates an incredible sonority," he continued.
The song's official music video was directed by Wil Romero. It already has more than 700,000 views on YouTube.
Currently, Borjas is in the early stages of his 05:10AM Tour in Latin America and the United States. It's a prelude to the global release of his first album.
In his first year as a solo artist, Borjas has produced hits like "La Miraíta," "Invito yo," "Cartelera," and "A poca luz."