The song was written by Erica Fedrio, who is behind many of the greatest songs of the regional Mexican genre.
La Adictiva has over 4.7 million listeners per month on Spotify.
Marking Father’s Day in Mexico and the United States, the most influential band of the regional Mexican genre, La Adictiva, cannot be left without dedicating a song to that very important person in every human’s life: Dad. Under the Anval Music label, today they release the unreleased song “Huaraches powolvados”, which is now available on all digital music platforms.
The song was written by Erica Fedrio, who is behind many of the greatest songs of the regional Mexican genre and produced by Anfal Music. With the song they pay tribute to a loving father, counselor and role model, remembering and thanking for everything they do day in and day out for their children. “Life has taught me of poverty but of wealth, that is what he told me, from a young age he taught me to strike him in the light of day, thanks to his hands they know how to work for me,” says part of the song’s lyrics devoted much to those fathers still alive, as well as who have already left. On the subject, the ‘howarat’ is a kind of shoe, and they use it as a reference for the whole path taken by the Father and Wisdom to make their children good people.
“It is a song that we sing with all the emotion because we are parents and this song reflects everything we want to be for our children as our parents were back then for us: that loving father, wise counsellor and who was always present,” said their fellow singers Isaac Salas and Jerry Corrales. “Today we honor and thank those parents who give 100 to their children and for everything they taught us.”
Recently, La Adictiva, who was Uforia’s Artist of the Month for May, released her audio album “Una Intimidad Adictiva”, in celebration of all mothers. It’s an intimate album with vocals to feel closer to all of their audience, who they hope to meet soon at a live concert, which has been impossible for the past year due to the current situation. The record production includes some of his songs such as “The Best Solution”, “Escondos” and “Afterak Who?” and ‘missed call’. This week they released music videos for “The Best Solution” (acoustic version) and “Free Man” (acoustic version).
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