This May 6, Milena Warton premiere “warmisitay”, her most recent production that turns out to be a tribute to Andean women in the month dedicated to mothers. With this song, the young singer-songwriter once again explores caporal and urban fusion to present a welcoming, danceable and very fun song.
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What does “Warmisitay” mean?
Milena Warthon took the word Quechua ‘warmisitay’which in Spanish means ‘little woman’, to be inspired by the memories of her grandmother Teresa.
“Warmisitay was born with the idea of composing a song for my grandmother Teresa and it is inspired by the Abanquino carnival, from Apurimeño. Already in the studio it was transformed and I decided to dedicate it to all Andean women, to their expressions, their implements and their symbols,” the Andean pop singer said in a statement.
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Where was Milena Warthon’s “Warmisitay” recorded?
As part of her mission to reassess Andean culture and sounds through her music, Milena Warthon chose to record the video for “Warmisitay” in beautiful landscapes of Áncash.
“Yungay is a beautiful place, we recorded in a community called Pata Pata, there I found all the scenery I needed for this video. There are many girls who participate in this production, I am sure they will love it, “he said.
“In this video you will learn more about this beautiful community, its customs, its culture and how the girls have fun with music,” concluded the interpreter of “Peruvian Mashup”.