In this world, there are a few people who pour their heart and soul into each and every endeavor they undertake, and one of those people is Ximena Sariñana, who, despite the particular circumstances the world faces, has dedicated herself to the creation of music, new projects, and significant achievements.

Even as the world faces the current circumstances, Ximena Sariñana has maintained herself busy with new projects and significant achievements

Following a highly successful 2019, in which her album “¿Dónde bailarán las Niñas?”, obtained 2 nominations to the Latin Grammy, Ximena Sariñana kicked off her 2020 with the release of  “Una Vez Más”, a song that enlisted an assortment of talented women in a display of absolute female power: Elsa y Elmar, Susana Isaza, Grettel Garibaldi as co-writers, Ruzzi as producer, and IGLÚ as video directors.

At the same time, the songwriter returned to the world of acting, taking on the character of Carmelita in hit series “La Casa de las Flores” (The House of Flowers), demonstrating once again her versatility on and off the stage. Furthermore, she has continued her involvement in different social causes; most recently, the artist participated in The Young Center’s New York virtual benefit event in support of immigrant children who are separated from their parents. In addition, her work as spokesperson for the #JusticiaSinDiscriminacion campaign, aided in the recent approval by Mexico’s City Congress of a ruling that would reform the local penal code, classifying the practice of ‘conversion therapy’ as a crime.

The result of all the recent events is “Nostalgia”, a song that calls precisely to that sentiment of longing, and that, mixed with Ximena’s unmistakable voice, achieves a mesmerizing combination. Ximena states,

“Nostalgia is a song that depicts the bright side of missing somebody. I believe it is a song that is highly relevant to these times, a way of seeing the positive side of things, with an arrangement and a style that takes me back to the tracks I listened to in my youth.”