She's literally just throwing tracks here and there and see what would become a hit.NotMyUmbrella wrote:Does her team have a plan behind all this? They confirmed a second spanish album in 2016. It was almost finished back in November. She performed songs from it here and there, but without further information if those songs will be in the album. ("Mirate", "Llegaste", "Olvidame y pega la vuelta"). Those songs are a year or more old now. It's like they throw out a song once in a while, but they have no plan what to do with it. She has no time to promote them, most of them did not even have a music video or weren't sent to radios either. She came back this summer with "Ni tu ni yo", but it was a flop in almost every country, even the latin market. The music video was embarrassing tbh. Now she returns with another spanish song "Amor amor amor", but they have no intention to promote it either. There is no live performance coming up and the song will be basically dead in a week. It is the fifth song from the record, we almost heard half of it now. The album is ready for a long time now. How can this ever come out, when she doesn't care for the singles like in the past? Seems like "A.K.A" set an end to her successful run in music. Guess that was one flop too much back then.