Mexican pop queen Thalía premiered her new single "La Luz" with Puerto Rican rapper Myke Towers. Both artists party from a social distance in the illuminating clip.
"La Luz," or "The Light," is the latest single by Thalía from her upcoming seventeenth studio album. She's so far previewed the release with "Ya Tú Me Conoces" with Venezuelan brothers Mau y Ricky and "Lo Siento Mucho" with Mexican duo Río Roma.
After becoming the first Mexican female artist to break one billion views on YouTube with "No Me Acuerdo" featuring Dominican artist Natti Natasha, Thalía returns to a more true reggaetón sound on "La Luz." She does that with the help of the genre's trusted hit-maker Marco "Tainy" Masís, who produced the song. Thalía reclaims her queen of the club crown in a commanding performance. Towers slides in with a slick guest verse. The song clocks in at under 2-minutes, so it's over before you know it, but Thalía makes every second count. "La Luz" is her most lit release in years.
Thalía lights up the music video for "La Luz." She's a stunner in a sea of lights as Towers flexes from afar in front of an expensive car. Both artists prove the party doesn't have to stop in this time of social distancing. The club can be at home as this radiant clip shows.
"La Luz" is now available on all streaming platforms. There's no word yet on when to expect Thalía's next album. Towers returned earlier this year with his sophomore set Easy Money Baby.
See the video below:
Photo composite courtesy of Sony Music Latin