Thalía surprises her followers with the video for “Mixtape medley”

The Mexican singer Thalía surprised her fans with the premiere of her video clip “Mixtape medley”, which was filmed in New York and shows the avant-garde aesthetics of the also actress.

Part of his most recent musical production, “Thalia’s Mixtape”, in which he takes his fans by the hand on a melodic journey to the classics of rock in Spanish, from the 80s and 90s, which not only marked a generation but marked the Latin music industry we know today.

Produced and directed by Enrique Vega, the music video for “Mixtape Medley” was shot in New York City, reflecting Thalía’s avant-garde aesthetic. This production highlights the Latin Grammy-nominated artist in four different settings where they manage to fuse retro and contemporary elements in an innovative way.

The premiere of the video was made on the screens of MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop and on the billboards of Paramount Times Square in New York, it was indicated in a press release.

“Mixtape Medley” is made up of the classics; “I am not called Javier” by Los Toreros muertos (1987), “I am not going by train” by Charly García (1987), “Obsesión” by Miguel Mateos (1990), and “Mamá” by Los Amantes de Lola (1990) , all of them rock anthems in Spanish, which defined a generation that had the need to express each of its thoughts.

This new audiovisual production is a gift from the international star to her fans for the success achieved with the three-episode docu-series of Paramount+ “Thalia’s Mixtape: The Soundtrack of My Life”, which filled millions of people with nostalgia. and with which he continues to contribute to his musical legacy.


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