Adriana Rios is searching for answers…
This Women’s History Month, the Mexican newcomer has poured her heart out in her latest single “¿Dónde Están?”
Rios penned the corrido-ranchera fusion track in remembrance of the victims of femicide in Mexico and around the world.
Accompanied by a simple yet powerful music video, where she’s belting her strong, crisp vocals in front of newspapers with different suspects on the cover, Rios chants: “Where are you? They’re looking for you in the streets/ Where are you? They’re looking for you in hospitals/ Where are you? They’re looking for you in schools, in bars, and they can’t find you.”
On Instagram, Rios explained the reason behind her notable protest song: “Corridos of many things are written but this is a corrido of femicide. Many of you know why I wrote it […] May their names endure.”