She has several songs already recorded. I bet you will like them all, nevertheless there will not be a video for each one.
This video is kind of different from the previous one since this has a story to tell. A curious thing that happened is that the green jacket used in the last one is used here also. Production just did not realized that, so now is a token of good luck! Another fun fact is that there is a car involved that is also green and nobody had noticed that either.
Her music is different. It is not the classic pop or anything like that. I am a person that listens to lots of music of many kinds and I am surprised that something different that we are not used to would be widely accepted… So far so good!
Miranda started singing when she was three. Something we saw entertaining at that age. She then showed skills and will to pursue a singing career. We just let her and she made lots of progress. Now she has her first cover produced. All efforts have their fruits, and this is just the start.
I used to have a tab for music but I think it is not of easy access, so I decided to add my music posts as regular ones.
You will see them once in a while, mainly pop-rock Latin music, mainly mexican.
Natalia Lafourcade – Mexican
Review by Phil Freeman
Perky singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Natalia Lafourcade came out of nowhere in 2003 with this chirpy yet surprisingly self-assured debut. Primarily produced by Loris Ceroni, who’d also worked with the substantially harder-rocking Alejandra Guzmán, the album nevertheless reflects Lafourcade’s sensibility throughout. Songs combine acoustic guitar and a strong bossa nova influence with dashes of turntable, electronic beats, and textural sound effects like vinyl crackle.