The Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Kany García premieres this Monday, November 16 with the singer-songwriter Colombian Carlos Vives the video for the single “Búscame”, which is nominated in the category “Best Tropical Song “at the XXI Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
Shot in Miami, the video reflects the story that this song summarizes, where empathy, love, friendship and support always triumph over all things, explained this Saturday in a statement the Sony record company.
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“Búscame” is part of the most recent musical production by Kany García which she received this year five Latin Grammy nominations, becoming the most nominated female artist.
His album “Table For Dos” is nominated for Album Of The Year and Best Songwriter Album.
In addition to the nomination of the subject “Búscame” with Carlos Vives as Best Tropical Song, her first single “Lo Que En Ti Veo”, featuring Nahuel Pennisi, received two nominations: Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
“Mesa Para Dos” features ten songs -seven entirely composed by Kany- plus three co-authorship with her duet partners, and It has more than 37 million continuous downloads to date.
Being his seventh studio album, “Mesa Para Dos” was produced by Julio Reyes Copello at his Art HouseStudios in Miami.
The highly invited guests on “Mesa Para Dos” come from various countries.
The aforementioned Pennisi, from Argentina; the Spanish Leiva, the Chilean Mon Laferte, the Brazilian Gusttavo Lima, the Puerto Rican Pedro Capó, the Mexicans from the pop trio Reik and the soloist Carlos Rivera; and the Colombian Carlos Vives, as well as a song in collaboration with the Colombians Goyo (ChocQuibTown) and Cata (Monsieur Periné), as well as a song with the compatriot of the last Camilo.
Kany wrote seven of the songs and is the co-author of three others with Leiva, Vives and Camilo.
On August 26, García released another video of his duet on the album, in this case with the Colombian singer Camilo, for the song “Titanic”, which is part of his seventh album.
Before its release as a single, “Titanic” was discovered by a large audience, with more than 3.3 million views for his streaming link to the audio on YouTube in the past three months.
Shot in Miami, it was directed by Evaluna Montaner, Camilo’s wife.