Junior Eurovision 2004 winner María Isabel has released her new song Me enseñaste which translates to You Taught Me in English. A beautiful urban ballad which is very different from the style of her latest songs.
María Isabel makes it clear that she knows how to make her followers dance, but she also knows how to move them emotionally. “This song is a bit of me. A song that tells a story that has happened to almost all of us at some point in our lives. And as you know, I reflect parts of myself in each of my songs”, said the artist on her social networks.
Sixteen years after her Junior Eurovision victory, María Isabel is now 25 years old and she is in one of the key years for her music career. In 2019, she signed a new contract with the Roster Music company, boosting her career again. She published new songs with this company last year, Tu mirada, of urban pop genre, and Flamenkita, which fuses reggaetón, urban pop and flamenco influences.
Before the pandemic restrictions, the artist travelled to Miami where she was working with major producers and recorded two new songs Dos de la Tarde which again fuses reggaetón sounds with Latin pop, Sentir cosquillas, in which she shows the fusion of trap, flamenco, hip-hop and reggaetón.
In the summer of 2020, María Isabel published the song Esa Carita together with the Spanish hitmaker Juan Magán. Currently, María Isabel is participating in a popular television program in Spain for solidarity purposes, donating the money from her prizes to the Protective Association of Animals and Plants from Ayamonte, her hometown.
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