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Blossom in Bogotá with Juliana Velasquez

Blossom in Bogotá with Juliana Velasquez

The great actress and singer will tour nationally and will have a date in August for Bogotá. Will there be new songs for the date?

After her awarding as a new artist at the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards, Juliana continued to grow like crazy. The Colombian actress and singer has always been known for her acting and musical talent in television productions as well as in Misi musicals. Besides acting, Juliana has an immense love for music, and in the past month, she gave a lot to talk about for her great and wonderful performance at the Estéreo Picnic 2023 festival. After this, she announced that she would be going on a national tour, where she will visit cities such as Medellin, Tunja, Cali, and of course, Bogota on August 12th at the Royal Center. Juliana fulfilled a dream she had, to create a salsa song and she did it with her new musical release “Naríces frías”, a project that she wanted to see the light for some years and that with effort, talent, and passion, is already on the air. There are still a few months to go before his concert in Bogota, which begs the question, will he surprise us with new and great songs?

Colombian singer Juliana Velasquez is one of the rising stars in the Latin music scene, known for her powerful vocals and unique blend of traditional and modern musical styles. Born in the city of Medellin in 1994, Velasquez grew up in a family of musicians and was exposed to music from an early age. Her father was a guitarist and her mother was a singer, and she grew up surrounded by music. Velasquez began singing at a young age, joining local choirs and performing at community events.

As a teenager, Velasquez began to experiment with different musical styles and began writing her own songs. She was influenced by a wide range of artists, from traditional Colombian musicians like Carlos Vives and Juanes, to international pop and rock icons like Madonna and Beyoncé.she began to experiment with different musical styles, blending a unique fusion of traditional Colombian rhythms, such as cumbia and vallenato, with modern pop, rock, and electronic influences.

Juliana - Narices Frías (Video Oficial)

In 2014, Velasquez released her first album, “Vuelvo a Empezar,” which showcased her distinctive voice and songwriting abilities. The album was well-received by both critics and audiences and established Velasquez as a rising star in the Latin music scene. Since then, Velasquez has continued to build her career, releasing several more albums and singles that have earned her critical acclaim and a growing fanbase. Her music is known for its catchy melodies, powerful vocals, and vibrant rhythms, and has been described as a celebration of Colombian culture and identity 

Juliana - Enseñame

Juliana - II. Delirante feat Nico Legreti (Video Oficial)

One of Velasquez’s most popular songs is “Todo Lo Que Quiero,” a catchy pop tune with a tropical rhythm that has become a fan favorite. The song’s music video, which features Velasquez dancing and singing in colorful, tropical settings, has also been widely praised for its fun and upbeat vibe the song’s lyrics are about wanting to spend time with someone special and enjoy life to the fullest, and its upbeat, feel-good vibe has made it a fan favorite.

Another song that made Juliana resonate, was, “La Vida Es un Carnaval,” which is a cover of the classic Celia Cruz song, and features Velasquez’s own unique spin on the classic tune. The song’s music video, which was shot in Medellin and features Velasquez dancing and singing in colorful, festive settings, has also been widely praised for its joyful and uplifting vibe.

Manuel Medrano & Juliana - La Primera Vez (Video Oficial)

In terms of songwriting, Velasquez often draws on personal experiences and emotions, as well as broader social and environmental themes. For example, her song “La Tierra” (The Earth) is a call to action on climate change and environmental conservation, while “Cuando Vuelvas” (When You Return) is a heartfelt ballad about longing and loss. In addition to her music career, Velasquez has also been an advocate for social and environmental causes. She has worked with organizations that promote conservation and sustainable development in Colombia, and has spoken out about the need for more action on climate change.

One of the hallmarks of Velasquez’s music is her powerful voice. She has a strong, soulful voice that can convey a wide range of emotions, from joy and celebration to sadness and heartbreak. Her vocal style is often compared to that of Shakira or Adele, but with her own unique twist. Juliana Velasquez is a talented and dynamic artist who is making her mark on the Latin music scene with her unique blend of traditional and modern musical styles. With her powerful voice, catchy tunes, and commitment to social and environmental causes, she is sure to continue making waves in the music industry for years to come.

Juliana - III. Mujer Desastre (Video Oficial)

Juliana - Cometa (En Vivo) feat. Daniela Calle

Juliana - Joaquín en vivo (versión para @LatinGRAMMYs x Bulova)


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