The equality of women is also seen in music: Fanny Lu

With a message of love, empowerment and female union; Colombian singer Fanny Lu launches today, within the framework of International Women’s Day, its new song, ‘It was worth it’.

It is a personal song in the life of the singer, who has rarely sung to love.

“My love story has allowed me to believe in happy endings. In the love that doesn’t hurt, that doesn’t hurt, a healthy love. I confirm that ‘It’s worth it’ to wait until I find true love,” said Fanny Lu in dialogue with RCN Mundo.

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The artist adds that, “It’s a song I wrote for my boyfriend in gratitude for this beautiful love that all women deserve. All women must get out of those toxic loves and start building a beautiful love.

The Valle del Cauca singer, who is a goodwill ambassador for women’s rights, performer of other songs such as ‘Women’, ‘I want a love’ and ‘I don’t ask you for flowers’among many others, took advantage of International Women’s Day to send a message of positivism and courage to all of them.

“When a woman feels truly loved, valued, supported and accompanied walks through the world well and shines a lot; When this does not happen, the woman loses many opportunities to shine because she does not have that partner who accompanies her, she deserves everything, “said the interpreter who also just got engaged in marriage.

Fanny Lu stressed that the role of women in music currently “it is as difficult as in any field, we have excelled in many spaces but we have had to offer them to ourselves. More and more women shine in music and this enhances us, achieving good results in the midst of a constant search to show what we are capable of and what we deserve.

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The equality of women is also seen in music: Fanny Lu