Well, I didn’t expect this when I woke up this morning: a collaboration between Wa-suta and Adexe y Nau. The Latin rhythms of “Yo Quiero Vivir” get translated to Japan with sweeping views of the Wa-suta, a cast of school girls, and Mt. Fuji. For their part, Wa-suta bring the party in street wear that contrasts sharply with their usually elaborate performance outfits. And, it’s a great change of pace: the five girls look every bit the high school girls of their “normal girl” alter egos. Like the name suggests, “Yo Quiero Vivir” is sung in Spanish, so we get the added pleasure of hearing Wa-suta sing in tongues. But, who are Adexe y Nau? Well, they’re two brothers aged 15 and 13 from the Canary Islands signed to Sony Music Latin just starting their musical voyage. This being an idol-oriented website, that’s probably a sufficient description (you can learn more about Adexe y Nau on their Official Web Site. For our girls, I’m glad this collaboration exists: we get a more varied look at the girls, and in Latin pop tradition there’s lots of belly-button viewing.
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