On Monday we learned that she had won “La Elección Interna 2017” ahead of Alvaro Soler, an official marker of how much Spanish fans want her to return to Eurovision.
And on Friday Spanish songstress Ruth Lorenzo gave us even more to cheer about as she revealed her charity single “Voces” and its accompanying lyric video.
Ruth appears to have absolutely nailed the timing, as the song shot straight to number one on the Spanish iTunes chart! This is how you slay…
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Nodding to some of her past music videos, the lyric video shows a dancer performing solo in an abandoned warehouse.
The new single will also serve as the anthem of Por Ellas 2016, an inspiring charity project set up by the Cadena 100 Radio Station to raise funds for the Spanish Association Against Cancer.
Established three years ago, the event brings together some of Spain’s most beloved voices for a very admirable cause. Ruth specially composed her song for the event.
Naturally the song features themes of perseverance and standing against a common enemy — a message that will particularly resonate with those battling cancer.
As she sings: “Against the face of adversity, Only God knows how much I want to fight, and slowly the music starts beating in me.”
A delightful album will be made even more meaningful during the three-hour charity concert at Barclaycard Center in Madrid on Saturday, October 22.
As the fans call on Ruth to sing at Eurovision — and ever more loudly following her recent statement that she’s ready to go again — Ruth will be touring around Spain, with several concerts planned for Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla, Valencia and Murcia.
What do you think of Ruth’s new song? Is it suitable for Eurovision? Let us know in the comments box below.