The president highlighted Chilean artists who became Mexican nationals this year. Likewise, he also talked about his 31 Minutes and the influence of various authors who unite Mexico and Chile.
The President of the Republic, Gabriel Boric, dedicated these words to Chilean-Mexican singer-songwriter Mon Raferte:Thank you to the people of Mexico for the welcome the artist has received.
Specifically the president Distinguished the voice of “Super Mercado” during a speech at a solemn session when he intervened in the Senate of the Mexican Republic.
Therefore, he wanted to emphasize the relationship between the two countries so that a wide range of exchanges would take place, remembering such figures as Gabriela Mistral, Roberto Bolaño, Octavio Paz and Sister Teresa.
“Today’s artists like Mon Laferte make us proud and fill our hearts. You welcomed him here in Mexico, but you didn’t know how to give him in our country.” he affirmed then without going into detail about it.
Similarly, Borik He also emphasized the influence of 31 minutes in the country underscores that pop culture between the two countries is more than ordinary for children and young people.
The artist’s real name, Norma Monserrat Bustamante Laferte, became known in Chile for her talent shows redHowever, the sculptor also He achieved international fame with his Mexican land music.
So he released the album ‘Mon Laferte Vol.1’ which brought the hit song ‘Tu Falta de Querer’ and started a string of successful hits all over the world. This year, the artist was able to obtain dual citizenship in Mexico. This is a fact she celebrated on her social networks.
Gestures of Mon Raferte and Gabriel Borich
This is not the first time Boric has recognized the talent of a national artist. In October of this year, Laferte himself has spoken out about the gestures he made with her in 2016. when he was an MP.
“I know he’s a fan (of my music). Because there is a tweet of him from many years ago. , when I was still an independent artist. He said, “Hey, I want an album like this by Mon Raferte.”
“He wasn’t a presidential candidate yet, and I wasn’t popular. But He was already listening to my music. I know he’s a fan. I send my greetings to the president.”