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Monday, April 23, 2018

Kylie Minogue releases single and video with Gente de Zona

Por Nina

Latin music continues to conquer the music scene and all kinds of artists. The first to try his luck in this style was Justin Bieber, who joined the success Despacito, after Beyoncé was encouraged by Mi Gente, and followed by Demi Lovato, Fifth Harmony and Flo Rida. Also, it seems that the last one to be encouraged to sing this genre is Kylie Minogue.

Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue along with the popular Cuban duo Gente de Zona released an audiovisual version of her single Stop Me From Falling, available on digital platforms. "I am happy to share this work with my audience, it was fun to shoot the video in beautiful Cuba with Gente de Zona, I hope you enjoy it," said Minogue on her Facebook profile when sharing the new creation. Directed by the English Sophie Muller, the video clip fuses the style of the composer and actress with the urban sound and the catchy lyrics of the Latin singers, recognized for their musical success together with the Puerto Rican Marc Anthony (La Gozadera) and the Italian Laura Pausini ( Nobody has said).

Stop Me from Falling keeps the original sound with a slight Latin touch that combines verses in English and Spanish like 'do not say no, you want it too, if I die for you and people from the area', said by the interpreter. The clip was filmed in locations in the historic center of the city of Havana, the scene of other collaborations between Gente de Zona and popular artists such as the Mexican duo Jesse & Joy (3 AM), the Colombian Fanny Lu (What God Wants) and the Spanish Los del Río (More Macarena) and Enrique Iglesias (Dancing). The images highlight the tropical climate, the architectural beauty and the colorful landscape of the city, as well as the interpretation of Cuban dancers in an atmosphere of joy and celebration.

The video has appeared on the network, and is one of the funniest and most "replay value" that Kylie has done recently. Although the clip starts looking like an amateur spot without appearing deliberate, soon everything becomes a Latin street party as the fashion 'Despacito', but with Kylie shining as the real protagonist of all scenarios: the boys against girls, the moment serenaded and of course the dance with sequins at noon. The single is part of the new album of Minogue, 'Golden', number fourteen in the discography of the Australian 49, considered one of the best selling singers of all time.