Mexico, – The Mexican singer Yuri, who has sold more than 25 million albums worldwide, tells how some of the most important moments in her 41-year career have been, in which – she says – her secret has been “to reinvent herself and make always with passion. “
“I am currently living one of the most beautiful moments of my career, because I feel full as a person and an artist,” says Efe the artist, who in 2018 received the Grammy of the Latin Recording Academy alongside Napoleon and other artists Latinos
Yuridia Valenzuela Canseco, who was born on January 6, 1964 in Veracruz, says she feels mature, “and in time that maturity and discipline remains.”
Accompanied by her husband Rodrigo Espinosa, with whom she arrived the night before to Mérida to offer a concert as part of “Juntitas Tour” next to the Mexican trio Pandora.
In addition to the discipline that comes with maturity, he argues that the secret is to grow every day, “to reinvent yourself and do things with passion.”
“My link with God, that’s the most important, God is my engine, it’s the one that makes me be better as an artist and as a person,” he says.
The singer, who in her 41 years of career has tasted the honeys of success in the United States, Latin America and Europe for her lyrical mezzo-soprano voice, her participation in some films and programs such as La Voz Mexico, La Voz Kids and La Voz Colombia, She adds: “Without God I would not be the artist that I am now.”
“In these 41 years of career, beautiful things have happened to me, since I was a girl because I was loved by a lot of people,” evokes the singer, who began her career in 1978, reaping many satisfactions by alternating with great musicians such as Celia Cruz , Lupita D’Alessio, Ricky Martin, Laura Pausini, Enrique Iglesias, Julión Alvarez and Carlos Vives.
At the age of 14, he began his career professionally. “From there, people began to love me, apapacharme and accept my talent, maybe because I’ve always been in contact with the public,” he says.
With her third album, “Llena de dulzura”, which included the song “Maldita primavera”, Yuri became the first Latin American singer to win gold records in Spain and several Spanish-speaking countries.
Yuri, who is a prophet in his land for receiving awards in Mexico as well as in other parts of the world, assures that at present he does not need anything in life. “As a person I have everything: peace, family (her husband and daughter Camila) and happiness,” she says. (EFE).