Miami, FL – July 30, 2020 – DANILA SIGAL, is an inspirational songwriter, a Susan Komen’s Foundation “Faces of Warriors” Honoree, an International Songwriting Competition (ISC) Honorable Mention Winner and former Global Director from powerhouse Procter & Gamble, whom unfolded from a metastatic cancer diagnosis has dedicated over a decade to the creation of a multi-genre motivational Pop catalogue filled with reflections from her healing journey. She now brings us a new Spanglish version of her pop-Arabic song “The Key”, with a novel urban arrangement developed by talented producer RAZIEL (Milan, Italy), featuring two superb vocalists, JORGE DAHER and EVAN.
The track was mixed and mastered by Latin Grammy winner ORLANDO DI PIETRO (Il Mondo Records, CDMX), with vocals recorded in Mexico (Il Mondo Records), Panama with renowned Ruben Blades and Gloria Estefan guitarist, MARCO LINARES (ML Studio), and Studio-Pro (Los Angeles).
In the midst of the Covid-19 quarantine, the launch comes accompanied by a creative music video filmed in the homes of the artists, illustrating through a spectacular Arabic-flair choreography by HANNA KOO, the intrinsic story of the lyrics that speak to the importance of acknowledging our inner strength as “the key” to overcome difficulties and bring to life our dreams. With conceptual visuals that emphasize the quest for renewed positive values, thoughts and emotions, this video brilliantly produced by JESUS MIRELES (CDMX, Mexico), dances to the contagious upbeat song with performers Victoria Carbajal, Ignacio (Nacho) Pereda, Dio and choreographer Hana Koo herself.
JORGE DAHER, who has positioned 4 singles in world-acclaimed Mexican “telenovelas”, reaching 9 Million compound views, and all dancers, currently live in Mexico performing as part of the cast in MYST, renowned show which has revolutionized local weekend entertainment, with the nostalgia of the top hits from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s, in both English and Spanish.
To Download the single visit: https://danilasigal.hearnow.com/the-key-urban-version