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Thalia uploads 'Amarillo Azul' lyric video

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Mexican singer Thalia has shared a lyric video of her 1991 hit Amarillo Azul. The song served as the third single off her debut solo album Thalía released in September 1990, but it didn't count with an official music video.


The video displays several images of her from the 90's, along with a floral theme for which she was known at the beginning of her solo career. "The queen of Flower Power" used to incorporate flowers on her stage outfits and mic, as well as props.



Thalia, 49, who was very criticized at the beginning of her career for her provocative image and songs, shared yesterday an empowerment post on her social media defending women's right to post whatever they like on social media:


To say that a woman needs to behave a certain way in order to be recognized as a lady, it's a very limiting way of thinking. A woman is the owner of her body, intellect and power. A woman is everything in one body, the universe itself is contained within her, full of unlimited constellations. I am in favor of cutting out the tags they've put on us for years with the scissors of freedom and respect.

I am a lady, a mother, a wife, a businesswoman, the respected CEO of my companies and I'm a singer that can both sing love and heartbreak songs, as well as songs full of **** and provocative content. My soul can interpret songs for kids, touching my maternal side, just like my voice can sing praise to God. I'm a social media influencer, and I can both post a totally provocative and ***ual picture, as well as a picture with my husband and kids. One thing doesn't eliminate the other. Everything coexists in one same experience called WOMAN.

Let's learn to be more prudent before we speak, and not just "respect women" by paying lip service. These are times of change, an accelerated and unstoppable change in which we're all standing, arm in arm, hand in hand in this unstoppable union. 💪🏻
#YoSoyMiDueña #Mujeres #MujerEmpoderada #EmpoweredWoman #StrongWoman #MujeresFuertes



Her post makes reference to her social media pictures, as well as the Christian songs she's been covering lately, the latest being Cristo, Heme Aquí, uploaded to her channel last week.





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