Mexican-American singer and songwriter Abrina is conveying a new side of herself, and her fans are loving her for it.
The San Diego native is fresh off the release of her latest single “Todo Tuya,” a smooth yet emotional R&B-flecked track featuring Frankie J. “‘Todo Tuya’ is so much more than just a song for me,” Abrina explains. “It defines the point in my life where I fell back in love with my music.”
Filmed in Malibu, the stunning newly released music video was directed by Carrington William, who previously served as assistant director for both Bad Bunny and Drake’s “M.I.A.” video and Ozuna’s “Te Boté.”
“I wanted to dig deeper into the meaning of ‘Toda Tuya’ with this video,” Abrina reveals. “Once Carrington suggested the idea of doors symbolizing the different stages of finding love, I knew this was the idea that would bring my vision to life. Bringing the full journey of love into this video was exactly what I imagined.”
The video follows Abrina through an eerie forest before she is eventually lead to a lush new dimension. At the same time, the camera follows two dancers falling in love to depict the rollercoaster we can find ourselves on when we choose to share our lives with someone else.
Watch “Toda Tuya” below.