Ricardo Moya y Andrés Suárez juntos en “Qué más da”

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Ricardo Moya and Andrés Suárez together in “Qué más da”

The singer-songwriter and presenter Ricardo Moya publishes a new single, “Qué más da?”, a song in which he shares the spotlight with Andrés Suárez. This is her third recent collaboration.

“What difference does it make?” is a song that maintains the coordinates of the sound of Ricardo Moyapop rock singer-songwriter and popular talk show host “The meaning of beer”. In it, Moya ironically reflects on war as a mass spectacle, something it seems to have become since we have become accustomed to barbarism being broadcast daily by the media.

To give it shape, Moya recognizes influences from pop rock classics like U2 and REM, but seasoned by what he learned from Fito Páez. Andrés Suárez's voice adds intensity to the message and the lyrics. Regarding his collaboration, Suárez points out: “Music is an essential tool to provoke thoughts and feelings in our listeners. 'What difference does it make?' “It is not just a song; it is a call to remember that behind every headline there are destroyed human lives and that it should terrify us to have it so normalized.”

As for the production, it has been the work of Alfonso Perez, winner of an American Grammy and a Latin Grammy. “What difference does it make?” It is now available on all digital platforms. This is the third collaboration of the audiovisual project “Esto es el feat.”, whose previous protagonists were Miguel Campello and Antelope.

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