María Jiménez has announced her return to the world of music with her new album, Life my way, which will go on sale next 30th of October.
The singer, after having overcome her health problems, will anticipate the publication of the album with a first song entitled Life. It is a song in which he shows capable of “dance with joy and cry with emotion” at the same time and also the “most beautiful, bright and positive” of his next work, Universal Music has reported.
On August 8, the singer once again stepped on a stage at the Starlite Festival in Marbella (Malaga), after a long medical convalescence due to a intestinal obstruction who kept her in hospital for three months during 2019.
To their 70 years, should have been one of the great stars of the sixth edition of the Madrid musical cycle Universal Music Festival, which was scheduled for this summer at the Teatro Real in Madrid, but which, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, was suspended .
After having performed in Seville, Barcelona, the tablao of Villa Rosa in Madrid, María Jiménez’s temperament led her to become one of the most revolutionary voices in flamenco of the 70s and, also, an icon of the female empowerment in those years.
Since her first album published as María Jiménez (she had previously released another album with her nickname ‘María La Pipa’), in 1976, the Sevillian artist has placed on the market 17 studio albums. Among his works stands out Where it hurts the most (sings for Sabina), from the year 2002, with which he was artistically reborn for the new generations.