Mireya Ramos releases “Oscuridad”, a song about the shock and sadness that comes with the unexpected end of a relationship through social media.
Versatility defines the singer, violinist and composer Mireya Inés Ramos, better known as Mireya, one of the first leading afrolatinas in the regional Mexican world. The classically trained performer’s musical influences span classical salsa, old-school hip-hop, contemporary merengue, improvisational jazz, and electro-pop, but her trademark signature lies in the unmistakable authenticity of the traditional folkloric delivery that raises its sweet voice. A Latin Grammy Award-winning bandleader and founder of the esteemed Flor de Toloache mariachi band, Mireya has established herself as one of the most exciting and in-demand soloists, a cutting-edge performer for today’s generation of Mexican-Americans.
The central figure in the lyrics to “Oscuridad” finds herself in the middle of a storm and in the darkness during this painful period of her life. The music is a mixture of trap and salsa rhythms with electronic sounds that envelop you with Mireya’s sensual voice and make you want to dance to the rhythm of sweet revenge. Repeating the formula that led her to be nominated for the 2022 Latin Grammys, the artist once again collaborated with producer Román Rojas. In addition, it has the participation of the renowned Venezuelan percussionist Luisito Quintero, who has worked with big names in music such as Tito Puente, Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, George Benson, Natalie Cole, Herbie Hancock, and more.