'La reina,' Christina Aguilera's song full of Latin talent
Several Venezuelan artists collaborated in the creation of the song "La Reina" by artist Christina Aguilera.
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Christina Aguilera's song "La Reina” is already getting people talking, not only because it is a tribute to Chente — an artist for whom Xtina acknowledged a great admiration — but also because it features the participation of a lot of Latin talent.
This week, the singer and composer Servando Primera, remembered for his participation in the youth salsa orchestra "Salserín" shared on social media with much emotion that he composed the song "La reina" for Aguilera's new album.
The Venezuelan artist recalled in the post that it all started in 2017, when he received an invitation to compose for Xtina, one of the best singers in the world. For Servando, that composition session with the acclaimed artist sees its results five years later, and the singer only hopes "that she gives them the place that history has denied for so many centuries to women in the world."
Primera, along with Christina herself and other Venezuelan composers such as San Luis and Yasmil Marrufo, shaped the song that is part of Aguilera's second album in Spanish.
But Servando has been humble with his work, as he already has hits such as "Mayores" by Becky G, "Felices los 4" by Maluma, "Duele el corazón" by Enrique Iglesia and Wisin, "Me voy Enamorando" by Chino & Nacho with Farruko, and "El baño" by Enrique Iglesias and Bad Bunny.