Singer Claudia Serpa He is working on the development of his career as a singer, which is why he has just presented a new version of the song “It was difficult” by the Argentine Rodrigo Tapari. This new bet marks a new stage in the trajectory of the national artist.
With this song, Claudia Serpa seeks to close the year with an urban pop salsa version of the original theme by Rodrigo Tapari, showing her versatility in music.
The new song by the national artist was accompanied by a lyric video posted on Claudia Serpa’s YouTube channel. Since her debut, she has accumulated hundreds of views and dozens of positive comments.
In this way, Claudia Serpa is preparing for a 2023 full of challenges, since she has planned a collaboration with a renowned urban exponent of our country and the release of a 6-song EP.
As you remember, Claudia Serpa has been working in the music industry for 15 years, having been part of various groups of various genres. In 2015 she released her first song as a soloist, the rock ballad “I just want to dream”, composition and lyrics by Francisco Murias; with which she applied to the Viña del Mar festival in Chile.
In 2019 he returned to the urban genre with “La Puerta” and also released “Todito”, urban Latin pop with Julio Andrade. A year later, the Peruvian artist presented “De la música se puede vivir”, a Latin pop song composed by herself and Edú R.
After a brief pause and after the pandemic, Claudia Serpa resumed music with an urban salsa version of “Tan enamored” by Ricardo Montaner. The same year she also premiered “Fue inadvertently”, a collaboration with Galeto & Oregon.
This year was no exception and began with the premiere of “Nunca di adiós”, an urban salsa by Luis Vega, José Carlos García and Essential Music. This song was composed by Claudia Serpa and her former band “Vegasonica”.
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