Mana Releases the Official Music Video for Latest Single “La Prisión”

It’s prison time for Maná

The Mexican pop rock band has released an empowering breakup anthem as the second single to their chart-topping new album, Cama Incendiada.


“I’m going to free myself, I won’t be back in your prison,” sings Fher Olvera in the aptly titled “La Prisión,” the video for which is also out now via the band’s YouTube channel.

Shot by their frequent collaborator Pablo Croce, the video features a couple entangled in a toxic relationship interspersed with shots of the band members rocking out in the Mojave Desert.

The song is the follow-up to the band’s chart-topping single “Mi Verdad,” featuring Shakira. The video has garnered more than 42 million views on YouTube.

Maná, whose tour in support of Cama Incendiada starts June 10 in San Diego, recently presented a $250,000 check to the Hispanic Scholarship Fund on behalf of tour sponsor Montejo beer.

The tour will hit 14 U.S. cities and will wrap in July.

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