It’s a time of rememberance for Leoni Torres.
The 42-year-old Cuban singer has joined voices with El Micha for the single “Recordandote,” and the track’s music video.
The first collaborative effort between the Torres and his compatriot, “Recordandote” is a song about a man who’s trying to conquer the girl of his dreams:
“I spend my life remembering you / and the hours go by remembering you / today I want to love you / I come to give you love.”
“Recordante,” produced by Colombian producer Daneon, is a tropical-urban rhythm laced with El Micha’s distinguishable voice.
“We were both eager to be able to work together, but we were waiting for the right moment,” Torres expressed in an official statement. “We intend this to be the song that everyone prefers this summer, as it is romantic, danceable, and very fresh.”
The music video, directed by Alejandro Perez, shows both artists dancing in an empty pool as Torres video calls the girl he likes to serenade her with the song.
Torres, who penned “Traidora” by Marc Anthony and Gente de Zona and Pablo Milanes‘ “Para Que Un Día Vuelvas,” among others, wrote this single, which was originally interpreted by Jennifer Lopez and Maluma.
According to an official statement, the song would form part of an unpublished album by Lopez but was never released.
“Recordandote” marks Torres second release in 2020, following “Deja La Tristeza.”