EntertainmentThe thing about La Adictiva is romanticism

    The thing about La Adictiva is romanticism

    The thing about the band La Adictiva is not so much excessive drinking, partying and spite. Rather, it is a group that sings of love.

    “We are a more romantic than aggressive band,” said Guillermo “Memo” Garza, one of the two vocalists in this band from Mesillas, a town in the northern state of Sinaloa, in Mexico. “We have a very deep respect for women.”

    That respect, said Memo and Isaac Salas, also the group’s vocalist, translates into the content of the songs performed by this combo founded almost 33 years ago. They sing to the woman because the group is made up of men, “but in reality [nuestras canciones] A woman can sing them to a man,” they said.

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    “You can change the currency,” Isaac said.

    This genre, dominated almost entirely by men, many of whom interpret songs that glorify drinking, the life of drug lords and misogyny, is one of the most popular in Mexico, in some regions of the United States and , increasingly, in several Central American countries.

    Isaac and Memo, however, defend their position and the line of La Adictiva, which throughout her career has positioned 18 of her singles among the first audience spots in the Regional Mexican Airplay category, according to the specialized magazine in music, Billboard.

    “La Adictiva’s proposal has always been to renew or get out of the way,” Isaac said. “Because the generations that are arriving are increasingly demanding musically speaking and in the type of theme; you have to adapt to what is emerging”.

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    The group, which will bring its “For Greatness” tour on February 10 to the Microsoft Theater, premiered “Classes with Me” a few weeks ago, and more recently “May the Earth Swallow You.” Both singles will be part of her new album, due out sometime this year.

    They also premiered “Te doy 8 dias”, a duet with Juan Gabriel; It was one of the songs that the interpreter left recorded before he died. This cut, however, will be part of “Los duo 3”, an album with songs by the Mexican singer.

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    On the other hand, the band put aside their plans to celebrate their 30-year career. They had scheduled a massive free concert in Mexico City for March 2020, but the pandemic did its thing and the band suspended the show. By then, they planned to release several songs that they finally recorded in an album that went on sale during the months of confinement.

    The consolation that remains for their singers is that “every time we get on stage we are celebrating,” said Memo. “Because after a pandemic, doing what we love so much and being healthy is already a great gift and a great celebration.”

    Source: La Opinion

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