After living intense moments during the last years of her life, Mexican singer Thalía returns to the world of music with her new album “Habítame Siembre” (Sony Music), in which she ensures that she “always” will be “a sandunguera” .
After suffering from a strange disease (2008), facing motherhood and overcome the fateful death of her mother, Thalia is back with the eleventh studio album of her career.
“In the last three years I lived many wonderful experiences, like the birth of my son, and some very sad, as the lost of my mother,” said the Mexican, who felt the need to keep her distance for a whike and “let her sin to shed”.
As a result of the process, there is “Habitame Siempre”, “a very intense album full of happiness and sadness”, formed by unreleased tracks as “Manías”, and classics like “Bésame Mucho”or “Tómame o Déjame”, with a powerful instrumentation that sometimes makes it difficult to repress tears.
“In some songs it was almost impossible to complete or pass a certain phrase for the sentimentality or the arrangements,” remembers Thalia about the recording process, in which traditional techniques with musicians prevailed, “the sweat of the study,” she said referring to the digital abuse.
In 2010 she released her album “Primera Línea”, an acoustic album which was a sales success.
The 41 years old singer also had the help of stars like Michael Bublé and Robbie Williams, playing in Spanish “Muñequita Linda” (Te quiero dijiste).
“It was fate that this duet happened,” and highlited once of funniest momento of the process, the day the song has to be recorted , Williams had to hastily abandon the study after receiving a call from his wife, who was about to give birth to their first child.