Samantha samples ‘The sailboat song’ in the preview of her new song: ‘Agua marina’

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Just over five months separate us from the launch of Samantha’s latest project: Antidote. The woman from Alicante presented her second album in three years of career on June 22, giving us 11 songs among which the singles appeared So that we can be together from the hand of Despitaos, sick of me either Went.

In recent months and weeks we have been able to continue enjoying its presence on networks, television and platforms through different formats: his participation in the second season of Dúos Increíbles, his podcast Triunfitas con traumitas with Maialen or the announcement of his Antidotour for the first quarter of 2024where she will tour the cities of Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia, are part of the artist’s different current projects.

However, Samantha wants to close the year on a high note in terms of music and This weekend he used his social networks to share a preview of what his next song will be, sea ​​waterwhich will arrive on the platforms this December 1 to liven up the Friday of news along with other artists such as Belén Aguilera and the launch of MR. HYDE.

A pop song with the quality to which we are accustomed that has stood out for the sample he performs in his chorus from one of the great contemporary classics of the 2000s, The sailboat song from the band Fiesta.


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♬ Seawater – Samantha

“I know you’re coming for me and I’ve had a lot of trouble, but it’s okay. I’m so crazy about you that it took me a while to choose my clothes all morning. Because for you I want to get on your sailboat, although maybe I’ll die… Oh, how dizzy! For you I change the pool, for sea and viodramine, for salt and sea water… Oh, how dizzy! “I get on the boat because your kisses make me rent all the sand and make everything spin” sings the woman from Alicante during the fragment that she let us see on her TikTok account, thus joining the fever of samples of which we are witnessing in these last two years.

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In the absence of being able to see the video clip next Friday, What we have already been able to see is the cover of the single: a work by visual artist Julián Martínez Manas (@yung.ratz on Instagram) which has focused on the title of the song to work with 3D animation and lyrics that are inspired by the water drops themselves, referring to its name.

And you, do you want to listen sea ​​water?


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