Ana Guerra has experienced a “radical change” personally and professionally
The confinement and spending two years going to therapy have made him know how to say no and make his own decisions
An emotional tsunami that caused her to go “bald” in confinement
Four years ago it experienced a vital earthquake. It was largely for the better. But leaving the most famous Academy on TV being well known is something to work on. And that’s what he’s been doing ever since. On the occasion of the promotion of ‘Tik Tak’, a theme that finally represents his “musical identity”, Ana Guerra She is showing herself as an artist who has found her professional path. He does not deny having created a career thanks to ‘Triumph operation’, but it does assume that if something has made you click, it has been learning to say no.
Now he does not care to confess that he would not release a song like ‘Ni la hora’, his first hit post ‘OT’. “It is part of a very beautiful past, but my identity is different,” he told his colleagues at FórmulaTV two weeks ago. But if there is a headline of this promotional journey, it is that in the confinement he lived “a point and part” of such caliber that the disk he had prepared was loaded to launch after the confinement to start from scratch and build an album that vindicates who he wants to be in the industry as of today.
“I have made a quite radical change”, he has defined it in an interview for Yu. In the radio program presented by Ana Morgade for Europa FM, the Canary has revealed that he has “said goodbye” to the Ana Guerra we met, that he has “stripped” himself of all that and that this break has allowed him to ask himself a series of transcendental questions that he is now beginning to know how to answer.
“Since we left the Academy, everything was very fast, and in confinement I had to face a reality,” he assumed. Issues like ‘Am I being happy with what I do?’, ‘Am I wanting to tell these stories?’ or ‘am I wanting to tell them this way?’ went through his head when it comes to work. Personally, already expressed with a little more irony, not being able to leave home was for her a “wonderful” experience in which you almost go “bald”.
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And this translated into discarding an entire recorded album and songs that had said “I’m not going to sing this”. “It doesn’t help that the music ends so fast these days, and I’m not willingThat people consume music as they want, but I’m going to give my songs the importance they have for me, “he claimed in this latest media appearance.
This new Ana Guerra has not only emerged from confinement alone. As he explained in another interview, this one for El País, part of this work comes from “two years of therapy”, something that he recommends to everyone. “I had to manage what was happening to me because suddenly the girl who sang was also a character. That road has been very hard. Now the person and the character get on stage, both of them,” he said honestly.
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