Since she was a child, Karol G -whose real name is Carolina Giraldo Navarro– it has always been clear that theirs is the music, which is why he has worked hard to pursue their dreams and become the musical reference that it is today for many young people. But as now the ‘bebesita’ is an inspiration to many people, she also had a music idol: Thalia.
The colombian has revealed this information until now unknown in an interview with Teen Vogue, where to make the playlist of your life placed the topic Brown Skin (1995) Thalia in the first place.
“My mother gave me the original album and on that album it appeared this song (Brown Skin), which was my favorite,” recalled the artist, who when the issue was released I was only 4 years old.
My first icon was Thalia
“I was a little girl, but with those songs I felt very passionate about the music and presented me to my family, they were my first fans. Maybe with that song I realized that I had the skills to devote myself to music, because I have a lot of videos dancing and singing to this topic. My first icon was Thalia”, he added.
Of course, Thalia is echoed in the beautiful words dedicated to him by Karol G, and shared a video snippet of the interview in which he speaks of her.
“When I realize that during all these years I have been able to be a part of the personal history of someone, it gives me an energy inexplicable. This time, my bebesita Karol G I got so excited with their words so beautiful in this video. What a nice to know one was able to inspire someone and now that someone, at the same time, also inspires you to you!” he expressed the mexican next to the video, and added: “Women of power, strong and united, but, above all, recognizing in the other the strength and inspiration that makes us each day more strong.”
Before this exchange, the followers of both are looking forward to a musical collaboration between them. It should be noted that the Empress of Beauty he has collaborated in the past with Natti Natasha and Becky G.
Will this be an approach for a joint project? Let’s hope that yes!