It's What's Your Pick Wednesday with MNGBlog! This week's pick comes from Regional Mexican songstress Victoria "La Mala".
Showcasing the sierreña style within the Regional Mexican genre, "Si Va a Doler Que Duela" tells a heart-wrenching story of lost love. "Si va a doler que duela' is about that pain that hurts so bad from either losing a loved one or ending a relationship, it hurts so much that you just want it to hurt bad so it can go away soon & never come back again," Victoria explained. "It's also a very special song for me since it's showing a more vulnerable side of me that I haven't really showed before in my songs."
"Si Va a Doler Que Duela" follows her hit single "Vete Mucho."
Victoria participated in this year's edition of SXSW and was also recently featured in Billboard's list "Five Millennial Mexican Acts Repping the Latin Genre You Need to Hear Now." She is nominated for Premios Juventud 2017 in the Best Fashionista category and will play her first headline concert on June 24 at The Parish at House of Blues in Anaheim.
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