In the middle of a tour of Spain, the Dominican singer Techy Fatule premiered her new music video for the song “A mí me vale“, which has already had repercussions among the youngest as it is starred by girls who make this declaration of self-love their own. the artist.
Techy, who throughout her career as a singer has maintained a discourse that constantly inspires women to recognize their value in all the roles they play, encourages through the lyrics of “A mí me vale” not to limit oneself and to be everything you want to be and deserve.
For this reason, in the video you see girls in charge of the band and pretending to be her and her instrumentalists, sharing the strength of this message in the skin of her true protagonists: The women of this new era.
“I decided to make the video with girls between 4 and 8 years old because for me they are the change. I mean, when I was growing up I saw movies where for the princess to be saved, she only needed the prince and where the antagonist was another woman. These girls from Today they are born with films where self-esteem and family love are what give you strength, this generation also has parents who are emotionally present, integrated, and who share roles with their partners, the mothers, so it will not surprise them to see to women in politics, or in roles that they occupy for the first time. They are born already knowing that this is the norm,” Techy expanded on the theme of “A mí me vale” and the concept of its audiovisual.
Techy is currently on a tour of Spain in which the media have highlighted the Dominican singer as a rising star of pop music, leaving a positive mark on her time in the European country.
In mid-May, Ella Techy will continue as the guest of Noel Schajris on his “Mi presente” tour of Tenerife, Barcelona and Madrid, where she will perform in a special appearance alongside the outstanding artist.
“A mí me vale” is available on all digital platforms to listen to music, and the video can be seen on the official Techy channel on YouTube.