Anitta Teams Up with Becky G & TINI for WhatsApp’s New Women’s Empowerment Campaign “Escúchanos. Míranos.”

Anitta is pleading for all women to be seen and heard

The 28-year-old Brazilian singer and songwriter has joined forces with Becky G and TINI for WhatsApp’s new campaign “Escúchanos. Míranos.

Launched as part of Women’s History Month, the Latin stars appear in a nearly two-minute clip that was filmed in Las Vegas.

Anitta, Becky G and TINI are featured living their busy lifestyle but staying connected through a WhatsApp group and voice notes, where they share their thoughts, adventures and empower each other.

The spot features an all-female production team with original music by producers, Ali Stone and Tiffany Román Louk, video directing by Jess Colquhoun, and editing by María-Celeste.

The official campaign announcement came on the heels of an industry mentorship dinner, with special guest Becky G, that took place in Los Angeles, courtesy of Billboard and WhatsApp.

The intimate event, hosted by Billboard’s Leila Cobo, brought together more than 50 emerging Latin female talents and established artists.

In addition, WhatsApp created sticker packs with each of the artists, with will be available on the app as of March 8th.

Francisca Valenzuela Releases New Single “Como La Flor”

Francisca Valenzuela is blossoming with new music…

The 34-year-old Chilean American singer-songwriter has released the new single “Como La Flor.”

Francisca ValenzuelaIn the pop-ballad track, Valenzuela delivers a message of resistance that touches on thriving in a world that tears you down over and over again.

“We are the flower in the middle of war, the light that will illuminate sadness… we are love, always love,” she sings evocatively.

Produced by Ali Stone and Sebastian Krys, the single is an homage to Selena’s 1992 heartbreak anthem.

“When I wrote this song during the pandemic, at a difficult time for all of us, I felt like my idols and artists that I love would keep me company. They would contain me, be my friends,” Valenzuela said.