Edith Márquez, confirms why she is the current top representative of regional Mexican music. The singer launched today “Es Complicado,” (It’s Complicated) her new single, where she joins her masterful voice to that of another great singer, David Bisbal.
“Es Complicado” is a dream come true for me because I have always admired David. He liked the song when we sent it to him, and I was delighted that he loved it and agreed to do this duet and video, which turned out incredible. I am very happy with this collaboration and grateful to David”, said Edith Márquez.
In “Es Complicado”, the Mexican and the Spaniard deliver a powerful song that talks about how complex it can be to “break the heart of the person you love the most.” It is a musical sound that hooks you from the first beat. As soon as you hear the initial notes of the accordion, guitar and trumpets, you feel goosebumps.
“Es Complicado,” a song composed by Horacio Palencia and produced by Áureo Baqueiro, comes with a music video that provides a 360 experience. With a cantina as the setting and accompanied by a mariachi band, Márquez and Bisbal perfectly transmit the feeling of unrequited love as they sing: “the one who doesn’t love just wants to have fun and the other person is the one who cries”.
The icing on the cake comes with the special participation of María José, Aracely Arámbula, Mariana Garza and Alix Bauer, who we can see in the music video embodying female power and celebrating next to Edith Márquez who looks more beautiful than ever.
“It’s always so much fun to share with Edith, I care for her, and I love her”, María José.
“I am happy to be with my beautiful Edith who I love so much. Blessings and may this song be heard in every country”, Aracely Arámbula.
“Edith Márquez, undoubtedly, is one of the women with the most established careers in our country and I am very happy to share this with her, the single is incredible”, Mariana Garza.
“We have known each other for so many years and more importantly, we have been friends for so long. It is an honor that she has invited us, but especially to laugh with Edith”, Alix Bauer.