the teaching that leaves us ‘In the chest’ of Vale


© // Courtesy

Here we are, as usual, with new themes, but we want to remind you that we have

a complete special with Colombian album reviews (studio albums and EP)

so that they know and soak up the country’s musical diversity. You can also take a look at the best songs and national albums of 2020

in this special.

In this opportunity we present

On Vale’s chest.

On the chest – Ok

Who’s behind? Valentina and Valeria Pérez make up the Cartagena duo Vale. They are twins and since childhood they have been linked to the musical arts. Both are graduates of Northwestern State University in Louisiana and have put all their knowledge at the service of their songs. Shock selected Vale as one of the 2021 Music Bets.

Related content | Ok: a downpour of emotions born in Cartagena

What is it about? In the midst of complex moments for the whole world, and especially for Colombia, the women of Cartagena arrive with a song to cheer hearts. On the chest is a simple that invites us to celebrate the little things that make us happy. It also describes what many feel when they are in their fullness thanks to love.

What does it sound like? Alternative pop with a lot of Latin sound. A chorus that invites you to sing with your hand on your heart and dancing as if no one were watching. The new song by the Cartagena twins has as musical producers the geniuses Juanes, Sebastian Krys and Daniel Galindo.

What about the video? Directed by Valentina and Valeria in the company of Ken Rodriguez, it is an ode to those afternoons of happiness away from the stress of everyday life. A clip recorded in a beautiful green area and showing the sisters playing, singing and enjoying the little things in life.

When to listen to them? The song gives peace and the recommendation is to play it in those moments when life invites us to stop and breathe in order to continue. Vale’s voices recharge us with energy.

On video | 11 movies with LGBTIQ + stories that have made cinema history.

¡Music our one!

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.