“The world can wait”, new single by Vanessa Zamora

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Take a break from the routine and give it a play to this song that encourages you to enjoy every detail of life.

In a time when we are all in a hurry, wanting things to happen now, Vanessa Zamora invites you to stop, breathe and let you know that “The world can wait”title of his new single.

This song started at a time when Vanessa It was contemplation, an escape from this reality in which it seems that nothing surprises us anymore; written, produced and mixed by the talented Tijuana native, “The world can wait” It is a song in which you can hear a more renewed rhythm but without losing Vanessa’s essence, which makes it a sonic hug for everyone who listens to it.

This single does not come alone, as its official video was also released. Vanessa with a fabulous change of lookwalks through the streets of Tokyo, where we can see a Vanessa exhausted from the speed at which life goes, asking just for a break, for everything to stop for a moment to contemplate and enjoy life.

Sometimes routine consumes us and we go so fast that we overlook important details of living, so give yourself a break, download and listen to this new song and remember that in the end “The world can wait”.


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Christopher Johnson

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