The Buki sings with his daughters a version of “Where will my spring be?”

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"El Buki" sings with his daughters a version of "Where will my spring be?" Photo courtesy of Novus Lat where Marco Antonio Solís "El Buki" and his daughters Alison (i) and Marla (d) appear during the recording of their first joint work, the single "¿Dónde estar mi primavera?". EFE / Novus Lat / ONLY EDITORIAL USE / NOT SALES

 Los Angeles, – Marco Antonio Solís and his daughters Marla and Alison presented their first work together on Friday, the single “¿Dónde está mi primavera?”, A version of their successful song that, in the words of the singer, has a great freshness and movement thanks to the voice of the young women.

The Mexican singer, popularly known as “El Buki”, said in a telephone interview with Efe that the theme of this song of lovelessness is of a “very mature content” and that he was attracted by the combination and contrast with his “fresh voices”.
The singer said that the idea of ​​making this new version of his 2001 success came almost from the same audience.

And it is that, Solís has been supporting his daughters so that they acquire experience on stage and on his last tour of South America he invited them to the stage to sing at their concerts.

It was in Ecuador, where Marla, 18, and Alison, 19, showed the song, to then repeat Argentina, and finally the three voices joined in Viña del Mar where the audience applauded the new version.
It was precisely the audience’s applause that made Marla Solís think that the new version of “Where will my spring be?” will awaken in the new generations the romanticism that has been dull.

“It is important to be able to break what is being heard everywhere and to launch a song like that, more romantic,” the singer explained of a single that comes with a video recorded at the Jardines de México in Cuernavaca, Morelos.

For Alison Solís, the opportunity to work together with Buki is unique and she says that being able to listen to her father’s advice has been vital in her career and in her personal life.

“I wish all young people could understand and take advantage of these tips, because they are for our good and apply them,” he said.
“We are in the generation that we blame everyone, we hope that everything comes to us and that is not life has to work very hard for what you have,” he added.

Marla and Alison, daughters of the musician with model Cristian Salas, began their musical career at an early age and released their first single, “Extrañándote”, last year (EFEUSA).

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