Global superstar Becky G is releasing her cover of “Bella Ciao” with the music video via Kemosabe / RCA Records.
“Bella Ciao” recently returned to pop culture as the unofficial anthem of the hit Netflix series La Casa De Papel (Money Heist). Hailing from 19th century Italy, the song first appears in the first part of the series and the Tokyo character recounts in the season finale, “The professor’s whole life revolved around an idea. .. Resistance. His grandfather, who had fought with the Resistance to defeat the fascists in Italy, taught him this song. And then … he taught us. ”
As a fan of the series, Becky is thrilled to partner with Netflix for her cover of “Bella Ciao”. Its cover is accompanied by a clip that pays homage to the show with the iconic red jumpsuit and mask and of course the gold bars of the Bank of Spain. The video is directed by Megan Gamez (John Legend, Mario).
Part 5: Volume 2, the series finale, premieres on Netflix tomorrow.
About ‘Bella Ciao’ and La Casa De Papel (Money Heist), Becky G says, “I’ve always loved ‘La Casa de Papel’ (‘Money Heist’) and the way that show connected to millions of people around the world. “Bella Ciao” is an iconic song and marks an important moment in the series, so being invited to reimagine it and be a part of the world of Casa de Papel is truly an honor. recording the song while shooting the video, I hope everyone enjoys this cover as much as I do! “
Multiplatinum singer, songwriter, actress and activist Becky G was born for the limelight and her multi-faceted career is shaping up to be an icon. The 24-year-old’s global superstar’s accomplishments include two number one hits on the Billboard Latin Airplay Charts (“Mayores” and “Sin Pijama”), a starring role in “Power Rangers,” as a guest star on Fox TV’s Emmy-winning ” Empire “, her own beauty brand Treslúce and the Facebook Watch show” Face to Face with Becky G “.
She has toured alongside Katy Perry, Demi Lovato, J Balvin, Fifth Harmony and Jason Derulo and has recorded collaborations with Daddy Yankee, Maluma, Anitta, Natti Natasha, ZAYN, Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Prince Royce, Pitbull and CNCO, among others.
Becky has won the American Music Award for Favorite Latin Female Artist two years in a row (2020 and 2021) and the E! People’s Choice Award for The Latin Artist of 2020. She received the Latin AMA for Favorite Female Artist two years in a row (2018 and 2019) and received the Latin AMA for Favorite Urban Song (for “Mayores”) in 2018. She has was also featured the YouTube Diamond Play Button for surpassing the platform’s 10 million subscribers (it now has over 18 million).
As the granddaughter of Mexican immigrants, born and raised in Inglewood, Calif., Becky is no stranger to hardships and is passionate about her community. She uses her massive platform to speak out against inequalities and raise awareness of social issues, including Black Lives Matter and DREAMers, and has made a point of giving back to her community along the way.
Becky won the Agent of Change award at the Premios Juventud 2020 (Latin Youth Choice Awards) for her activism and using her platform to inspire positive change. In 2019, she accepted the Extraordinary Evolution Award at the 2019 Latin American Music Awards for her success as a young performer who reached the pinnacle of success in a short period of time. She has also been honored by the Latin Recording Academy as one of the Leading Ladies of Entertainment (2018) and by her hometown of Inglewood, California, for her contributions to the Hispanic community; she was recognized as one of Rolling Stone’s “18 Teens Shaking Up Pop Culture” and one of Billboard’s “21 Under 21”.
The multi-talented star has hosted a number of prestigious award shows over the years, including the 2019 European Music Awards (MTV) and the Latin GRAMMY Ellas TV special. In 2020, she hosted and produced her podcast “En La Sala” with Amazon Music – live from her living room during lockdown. In each episode, Becky donated $ 10,000 to a charity of her choice and spoke with high profile guests from Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on politics to reggaeton star J Balvin on the Mental Health. She recently created her own Facebook watch show “Face to Face with Becky G” and her first interview was with Demi Lovato.
After releasing successful makeup collections for the Colourpop brand; Becky G recently launched her own beauty brand, Treslúce. Treslúce Beauty creates, celebrates and supports Latinx heritage and culture, with high performance, vegan-aware and vegan-friendly formulations that deliver high impact art. Treslúce is inspired by Becky’s Mexican heritage and seeks to celebrate all Latin cultures.
Watch the new clip here: