To praise a year loaded up with progress, the rising Mexican-American artist and lyricist are prepared to serenade her fans.
Lupita Infante is a rising Mexican-American artist and musician with a great family legacy and heritage. She is the granddaughter of the legend Pedro Infante (1917-1957), a symbol in the Golden Era of Mexican Cinema, and a little girl of Pedro Infante, Jr. (1950-2009). She also happens to practiced and gifted performer as well.
Notwithstanding the numerous difficulties 2020 has brought, Infante is prepared to praise the arrival of the Deluxe Edition of her introduction collection 'La Serenata'. Presently with 13 tracks, this record is a genuine fortune and remembrance of ranchera music.
Lupita delights her fans by joining a strong scholarly foundation with the instinct and ability that are her inheritance. This delivery incorporates two new accounts and two melodies that had beforehand just been accessible as singles.
The main new melody is the acoustic Sierreño form of her sentimental single 'El Amor de Mi Vida' (The Love of My Life). She initially delivered this in 2018 to a norteño/mariachi backing. The second new track is an acoustic-trio styled adaptation of the title track, which she co-composed.
The title track is a good old serenade that satisfies its name while playing with generalizations. "Who says that ladies can't sing a serenade?"
Since the first arrival of La Serenata, Infante has shown up including the fifth yearly Latin American Music Awards, the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina in Miami among other significant occasions.