The Spanish singer Bebe, awarded with a Grammy and a Goya, will perform today for the first time in Puerto Rico, as part of a tour of presentations and in which show will interpret the successes of its four productions.
It will be specifically at the Luis A. Ferré Fine Arts Center in San Juan where María Nieves Rebolledo, Bebe, will sing the successes that have forged her musical trajectory of 20 years, such as “Malo” and “Ella”, and that have been worth several awards.
The show on the island, produced by Osvaldo Rocaford for Lana Productions, follows the one offered by the Valencian artist on Friday at Fillmore Theater in Miami Beach.
The singer, who became widely known in 2004 with “Malo”, “Siempre te quedarás” and “Ella”, and the following year was receiving a Latin Grammy in the section of Artist Revelation, released last year the album ” Change of skin “, which is expected to perform some songs tonight.
According to the singer told Efe in an interview this week in Miami, the theme “Malo” speaks of violence against women by men and states that “women are more aware of reporting” abuse.
“It’s hard to denounce and it’s the hardest thing to do. It costs a lot of work when you have been depleted of your personality and you feel so alone that you think you’ll never be able to get out of there,” said the creator of a piece that touches on the theme and inspires rebellion .
“I never thought ‘Bad’ would have such a positive impact. Music helps, of course, but we still have to help each other more.”
Bebe began her career in acting, but winning a competition of songwriters opened doors in the musical world, carrying her first Latin Grammy in 2005 to be awarded as Artist Revelation of the Year.
Since then, she was nominated for other Grammy Awards and in 2007 won a Goya Award for Best Original Song for “Little Time” from the movie “The Education of the Fairies”.
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