Grupo Latente made a northern cover of ‘The first day without you’ by Danna Paola: video
On their official TikTok account, the group uploaded the video clip of the cover at the request of their follower Yaretzi C. Hernandez. And in a recording that lasts 54 seconds we can hear the song in a banda style, and this is how it sounds:
Immediately, fans of the soap opera and Danna Paola filled the publication with positive comments, from those who asked for a duet between the artists to those who pointed out that “it surpasses the original”:
“Version that I didn’t know I needed”, “I already saw myself in the canteen crying with this song in the background”, “I’m going to have it uploaded to Spotify in full, to sing it when drunk”, “A collaboration with Danna Paola is urgently needed”, “ Please, a duet with Dannita, because this version is excellent”, “Her version reaches me more, without a doubt it surpasses the original”, “I think it sounds better in this version, Danna Paola you should record it again with them”, “De Little girl I loved that song and this arrangement was a mega plus”, “Don’t lynch me, but this version is better heard”, or “How cool, my boyfriend likes this song, but he feels sorry because it’s by Danna Paola in ‘Dare to dream’. Now we are going to be able to listen to it at full volume in the car.”
For those who don’t remember, ‘El primer día sin ti’ was a song released for the first time in 2007, as part of the album that bore the same name as the artist: ‘Danna Paola’. It was recorded under the Universal Music Mexico music label and composed by Xavier San Martín.
Two years later, it was added to the ‘soundtrack’ of the children’s soap opera produced by Televisa, so they re-released it on the album ‘Atrévete a soñar 1.5’ back in 2009. It was then that the single became very popular due to the exposure of the melodrama, since even the Mexican interpreted it in a chapter disguised as Sherezada.
Have you already heard a ‘cover’ of the song ‘El primer día sin ti’ by Danna Paola? Tell us in the comments what you thought of this take on the norteño genre.
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Fan of ‘Dare to Dream’? They transform Danna Paola’s song into banda music and that’s how it sounds