Aitana is clear about the Chilean artist she would collaborate with

Aitana has lived an unforgettable 2023 and has reached the peak of her career in recent months. The age alpha has brought you everything that any artist dreams of: songs that we have not been able to stop listening to; sold-out concerts throughout Spain and Latin America, recognitions such as two awards in WECB Music Awards Santander and, above all, the news of the year: selling out their concert at the Santiago Bernabéu more than a year in advance.

The singer of my love has been on tour in Latin America in recent months to bring his alpha tour to all his fans. We have seen it in Argentina, Peru, Colombia, Chile, Mexico and in its last stop before the end of this year, Uruguay. In addition to doing shows and tourism —something that he loves and that he has shown us on his secondary Instagram account—, he has also gone on several podcasts to promote his music.

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If we have the same algorithm on Tiktok, you will have received several clips of Aitana in different interviews. Without a doubt the interpreter of 24 roses It has gone through all existing entertainment media. On the podcast I’m an only child He has confessed which Chilean artist he would love to collaborate with. “The truth is that there are many Chilean artists that I really like,” the singer began to say.

Mon Laferte It’s crazy. Everything she is doing is so her. She is very intelligent musically and emotionally. I like everything she does a lot. I think that if I have to tell someone, first of all I would say Mon Laferte,” the singer of You’re going to stay.

Bea Cordova, The host of the interview has reacted with great enthusiasm to the idea that Aitana and the Chilean artist could make a song together. Without a doubt, it would be a song with great strength and a great featuring.

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And you, Would you like to see a collaboration between these two great artists?

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