The song, written by the popular Mexican singer-songwriter Espinoza Paz, has already racked up more than 4 million YouTube views since its Feb. Red lipstick becomes a signal among women encouraging empowerment. Jenni, who had abusive and cheating partners during her lifetime, continually encouraged women with the pre- MeToo message that they could make it on their own. She spoke about taking a strong position in life, and that is part of a message that many people identified with and will continue to see in her new music.
A new posthumous Jenni Rivera single dropped Friday Feb. The chart-topping artist, who passed away in , recorded multiple songs throughout her career written by Paz including "No Llega el Olvido" and "Inolvidable. To his surprise, she did. I wrote the song a long time ago, to be honest I don't remember how many years ago, maybe 8 years ago. It was a song that came naturally to me, like most songs do. You sometimes want to say something that you haven't said before in a song and you finally have the right words to say it. They never said if they would record it. A few days ago, I got a call from Sony Music and they told me they had news for me.
A political force
The business jet, carrying seven people onboard, took a nosedive minutes after taking off from Monterrey, Mexico, just hours after performing her sold-out and final concert in Monterrey, Mexico. There were no survivors. Jenni Rivera was Seven years later, the singer made national headlines when she became the first-ever regional Mexican music star to appear on a billboard in Times Square. I felt like a complete fan.
No release date has been set. At times, difficult because as a brother i would have never imagined that I would have to work on her music in this manner," he said. The family has been holding news of the album since , waiting for the right moment to release it. She was always thinking about the future. He adds that he hopes her fans, new and old, become touched by her emotion and resonate with every single one she leaves on the album—whether they laugh, cry, or celebrate with her.