Alexandra Duran Releases Debut Single, ‘Volvi A Empezar’

Written while she was sick and couldn’t sing, ‘Volvi A Epezar’ is the debut single from Latin Pop singer songwriter, Alexandra Duran. The song sees Alexandra emerge from adversity, and allows her to express how she felt after a break up, and examines how she set about reclaiming her power, and strength.

The sensual Latin Pop track is exemplary for its positive message and happy vibes, and sees Alexandra team up with producer Vinny Venditto. She dedicates her song to anyone that has ever done her wrong in life.

The song comes with a music video which is equally as powerful as song itself. The video was created with Think Global Filmz, and Alexandra describes the experience as one of the best in her life, as she was able to bring her artistic vision to life on the big screen.

Alexandra Duran started on the path to her music career at the age of 13 when she sang in the church choir, as well as choirs at school. She put her music to one side as she dealt with difficulties in her personal life, but it was always her dream and passion, and she returned in 2018. Alexandra cites as among her inspirations the likes of Shakira, BeckyG and KarolG, and hopes to bring a smile to the faces of all her listeners, as well as onto the dancefloor with her upbeat Latin Pop songs.

You can stream and download ‘Volvi A Epezar’ here and watch the music video on YouTube. Alexandra Duran and her music can be found online on Facebook and Instagram.

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