Carol J and Anahi presented at the Mexico City Arena on June 11
Photo: Courtesy Universal Music
After an 11-year absence, Mexican superstar Anahi joined forces with urban genre translator Carol G, for her last show in Mexico City, where they both presented a new version of the poem that immortalized the sound of the song. Mexican in RBD.
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Last Saturday, June 11, attendees of the “Bichota Tour” concert series starring Carol J had the opportunity to witness the return of singer and actress Anahi to the stage.
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More than 20,000 people in attendance at the Mexico City Arena exploded when they saw Anahi on stage. The ecstasy reached its climax when both artists performed coverage From “Sálvame”, one of the popular songs of the Mexican group.
“When I thought of her invitation, I knew she had been away from the stage for 11 years. Who received a thousand invitations and kissed me!”And the He told Karol G, who has also stated on several occasions that he has been a fan of RBD since the series first aired in Colombia.
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“For me it was a great honor to be with you,” Anahi said. “You know I’ve been a little far, I haven’t been on stage in 11 years, nerves are strong. I just want to tell you that you are always in my heart, what we live together and what we build together, is never forgotten. They are a wonderful generation! “
“Sálvame” is one of the most popular songs of the Mexican band RBD, the voice of Anahi is very popular and is part of the album “Rebelde” released at the end of 2004, which quickly set a record diamond and gold in Mexico for the highest sales.
From Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Brazil, to Italy, Turkey, UK, Japan, USA and Spain, RBD has managed to break the language barrier and set records, being the first Spanish-speaking group to fill the field in its own stadium. The entire 2006 Brazilian Maracana, as the lead artist.