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  • Writer's pictureHarriett Dolphin

FAYE MEANA DROPS MESMIRISNG NEW SINGLE "NO HAY QUE LLORAR"

Producer and singer-songwriter Faye Meana has made a stunning return with her latest single, ‘No Hay Que Llorar’, a hypnotic fusion of Spanish and reggaeton influences.

Following on from her recent 80s-inspired release ‘On & On’ and a captivating performance at Cross The Tracks festival, Faye continues to showcase herself as an artist who thrives on experimentation and blending diverse musical styles.


Translating to ‘No Need To Cry,' Faye explores themes of self-worth and personal transformation. Flexing her bilingual prowess, the London-based artist weaves English and Spanish lyrics as she reflects on a turbulent relationship, delivering a sultry sound perfect for late summer nights spent reflecting on past decisions. Speaking about the inspiration behind the single, Faye Meana shares:


"I wrote ‘No Hay Que Llorar’ as a reflection on not just my own experiences but also based on those around me, which is often the case in my writing. The whole preface of the song is kind of realising your self worth and inflicting change.”



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