Amaia Romero does a version of ‘When love sets sail’ in her first concert in Japan and Camela reacts

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Amaia Romero have a great moment. Many have been able to rediscover it in The Messiahthe series of The Javis in which she plays Cecilia, one of the Puig Baró sisters who form the Catholic pop group Stella Maris.

But, in addition, he has received a great tribute in Japan where he was able to offer his first concert in that country. He has traveled to the Japanese city of Yamaguchi. A name that will sound familiar to his followers because he released a song with that title that made reference to the Japanese city and a park in his native Pamplona that marked his childhood. And what is the relationship between the two things? Well, they have been twin cities since 1980.

It was a 2018 topic that, This 2023 he rescued again to launch a Japanese version. An effort that the authorities of that place wanted to thank him by placing a commemorative plaque with his name in a park in Yamaguchi. And since it is natural to be grateful, he did not hesitate to travel there.

The Javis talk about Amaia as an actress: “She is one of the most talented people in this country”

Visit in Japan

He has visited several local media to present his music and make himself known and has been to the park that now has a commemorative plaque with your name and photo.

It is clear that he enjoyed the trip and, above all, the concert he gave this Sunday, his first in Japan. In the repertoire she has made it very clear where she comes from. And along with her own themes there has been no shortage of Gypsy Zorongo, of lorcaor a version of When love sets sail,of Camela.

And of course, the issue of Dioni and Angels sound in Japan is something so surreal that it has reached the ears of the duo. Dioni did not take long to make a request to Amaia: “Please @amaiaromero let’s sing it together 🙏🏽”.

Can you imagine if they sang it together, but in Japanese? Stranger things have been seen and she has shown on more than one occasion that she is not one of the most predictable artists we can meet.


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