PATY CANTÚ FEAT. ALEJANDRO SANZ “CUENTA PENDIENTE” TAKES OVER ARGENTINA AND MEXICO AS THE #1 HOT SONG IN MONITOR LATINO’S CHART, RECEIVING A CERTIFICATION FROM THE PLATFORM AND MAINTAINING THE TOP SPOT FOR 5 DAYS.
ADDITIONALLY, HER NEW VIDEO SURPASSED 10 MILLION VIEWS ON YOUTUBE IN JUST 1 WEEK.
** THE SHOWBIZ LIVE! – Miami, FL (August 31, 2018) – After the international success achieved with her most recent album titled#333, Mexican singer/songwriter PATY CANTÚ presents her new video “CUENTA PENDIENTE”, a song in co-authorship with one of music’s greatest: Alejandro Sanz.
This collaboration establishes an incredible link between both vocal styles, creating a powerful sound and a unique expression. The track was produced by Andrés Saavedra and mixed by another great musician, Josh Gudwin, (Dua Lipa, Post Malone, Justin Bieber), which gives a powerful and adventurous sound.
“Cuenta Pendiente” is a song that adds poetry in sensuality and a bit of sensuality to poetry. It sublimates between verses the desire of two people whose mutual feeling has remained latent without even happening, the realization of the encounter. The song speaks to lovers from afar, to the impossible, to the undue, to the virtual and to the insatiable.
The video clip, directed by Alejandro Pérez (Enrique Iglesias), was filmed in Miami. In it, as a parable of the urgency of the encounter, the desire is illustrated as a confrontation in a fast soccer field in which both Paty Cantú and Alejandro Sanz place a couple as contenders, posing love and desire as a confrontation and a conquest of a something. Alternately, the shadows reveal the desires and attraction behind the subtleties that are in the games of seduction.
The song also reveals edges that are subtly perceived within the lyrics and video images which the author emphasizes: “It reveals real empowerment, showing the two parties as equal. Without using sexuality in a vulgar way in its lyric. Nicely suggesting and leaving much to the imagination. The video portrays textual and virtual desires (playing with the repetition of the phrase “I like it”) and through the art of Alejandro Pérez”. In addition, Paty adds: “The video is more like a thriller movie trailer, than a music video clip. It starts again from being a different proposal.”