Aitana Ocaña – Arde | New Music
Aitana Ocaña Morales is a Catalan singer that is famous for her participation in Spanish talent contest Operación Triunfo where she was finalist and finished runner-up to become the youngest female to participate in the contest.
When she entered the contest, she sang many famous songs but her massive hit was when she sang “Lo Malo” with Ana Guerra, an urban powerful song composed by female DJ singer Brisa Fenoy.
“Lo Malo” was a duet set to represent Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest but the duet didn’t win. The song that will represent Spain in this contest is “Tu Canción” by the winner Amaia Romero and her boyfriend Alfred García.
After the success of “Lo Malo” and its music video, she released a new version of her song for Eurovision called “Arde“, that was composed by Alba Reig, a member of Sweet California.
“Arde” is a political song that deals with the suffering of women in certain countries and in the world in general. It narrates the social differences of the rich and the poor and the inequalities in the world. This new version is more passionate, has an epic instrumental and powerful bass with new effects and instruments.
“Lo Malo” has now gone platinum and she is quickly becoming the most successful participant of her season of the show. On her next plans, she is set to go to LA to work on her first solo project.
Watch the lyric video of “Arde” below:
Watch the final performance of “Arde” in Operación Triunfo:
When I grew up, I focused my vision in other countries and I found love in different cultures like British, American, Japanese, Korean, etc. Once time I read that “it’s no always necessary to be strong, but to feel strong”, and because of that, I consider myself a very rebel, adventuress and creative person.
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