Mexican pop icon Thalía is back with her new album defuse. For most of the 14 titles, it goes it alone with only a few guest seats. Rising Puerto Rican star Myke Towers, Dominican hit-maker Maffio and Mexican band Banda MS by Sergio Lizárraga are among the featured artists.
defuse is Thalía’s debut album after celebrating 30 years of her solo career.
defuse is Thalía’s 17th album in her rich career. In October 2020, the former member of Timibirche celebrated 30 years of her solo career. In January of last year, she launched the defuse time. Thalía released the first single “Ya Tú Me Conoces” with Venezuelan brothers Mau and Ricky. A funny fact is that Ricky Montaner co-wrote his 2014 hit “Por Lo Que Reste de Vida”.
Thalía considers defuse to a musical universe. Now that the album has arrived, Latido Music is here with five of our favorite songs.
“Mojito” is the last single from the album. In the slinky bop, Thalía compares her lover’s kiss to the refreshing drink. With the summer season ahead, this one hits the spot. She created the music video this week on Tonight’s Show with Jimmy Fallon.
Thalía released “La Luz” as the second single from defuse amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She breaks dawn with Myke Towers and the two make a dream team. This one is it! As more and more people get vaccinated and clubs reopen, I hope this alluring banger takes its toll on the dance floors.
Last year Thalía starred in her Facebook Watch series Latin Music Queens. The show documented her doing the song “Tick Tock” with her co-stars, Sofía Reyes and Farina. The end product was well worth the wait. Thalía has always been a proponent of all-female collaborations in Latin music. The trio serve the power of girls with a sass side in this knockout collaboration.
In “Secreto”, Thalía teams up with Puerto Rican singer Jhay Cortez. The visionary reggaeton turns out to be their perfect complement as they harmonize around a forbidden romance. Thalía turns the heat on with this hot and heavy pop game.
Yes Maria La Del Barrio was revisited in 2021, “Barrio” would be the theme song. Thalía has a moment of salsa music here and she seems to have life. Go, Thalía! She wrote the song with Jeffrey “Trooko” Peñalva, who also produced it. “Barrio” is very lively and it is Thalía’s hymn to dance in the streets.
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