Puerto Rican artist Maria Victoria Ramirez de Arellano Cardona, better known as Young MaikoYesterday, Thursday, watched the Spanish “talk show”. “Ant Cancer”. This is the first time that the singer and producer sat next to the host Pablo MotosWith whom he can talk about his music career, his love Football and green world.
At 24, young Miko is one of the most talented female singers in Latin rap and trap. During the interview, the Puerto Rican assured that he feels that his life is “moving fast, but it’s a good speed.” “In five years we’re going to go even faster and we’re going to continue to grow and gain a lot MusicSo I am also very excited for the future,” he said.
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The singer spoke with Motos about some of her greatest hits like “Riri” and collaborations with the Colombian Feed, “Class 101″. On the genesis of the song, he said: “I’ve been a fan of Feed for a long time and my team and I created ‘Classy 101’. The next day, by chance, he came in Angels, I met him where I was. And everything came out so naturally because he was such a sweetheart and it was so easy to flow with him.
The Puerto Rican artist also showed his personal side. He used the space to talk about his love for tattoos, as he was a tattoo artist before dedicating himself to music. “I put my first tattoo on my leg. It was like a spaceship, I don’t know why I thought it was brutal, but two days later, I was sorry and cried, thinking why he did that to me,” she admitted.
In line with his passions, he also revealed football. The singer played with the Puerto Rico national team for many years. When asked what it’s like to be a footballer in a man’s world, the artiste assured “I’ve always been a woman in a man’s world, so I’ve never seen it as much of a novelty. But when I was playing women’s football it was booming at the time, and it still is,” she said.
The young miko is always characterized by a presence Protector of collective rights LGTBIQ+ And Empowerment of women, themes he addresses in many of his songs. A self-proclaimed lesbian, the singer, who comes from a religious family, confessed her sexuality to her parents at the age of 17. “Even if it was a little difficult for them at first, one of your jobs was to educate them,” Motos said.
The host asked the artist what advice she would give to someone in a similar situation. “When I went through that, I wanted someone to tell me that they are my parents and that at the end of the day, they will always be my parents and that they will always love me and that some things just take time. But you’re not the only one who feels this way,” she said. said.
The singer admitted that she would have liked it if someone had told her at age 17, “Don’t be afraid to express yourself. That’s life, you have to love yourself and be yourself because what if we die tomorrow?
One of Young Miko’s hallmarks is her reliability, which she considers essential for anyone. “If we start trying to please everybody, we’re not pleasing ourselves,” he said. “You have to be yourself because that’s where true happiness comes from,” he added.