Mirella Cesa Premieres 'En Ti' Music Video, Showcases Gorgeous Places Of Her Native Ecuador

International artist Mirella Cesa has just released the music video of her most recent promotional cut, "En Ti." The visual proposal of this magical song was shot in Ecuador. Once again the Ecuadorian singer-songwriter puts her country on high and bets on the paradisiacal places that exist in her native country.

The video has the direction of the filmmaker Pamela Dueñas Wood, who, along with Cesa, developed the stage that would give life to this song on the screen. Venezuelan Rodolfo Beer participated in the lighting, and the editing was made by Wood Studio.

The singer and her deep lyrics emanate nature, earth, water, skies and textures that give life to the video, accompanied by a melancholic vintage sound. The video clip has the participation of the Ecuadorian painter Jose Luis Choez

"It is a retrospective, a connection with your inner being and the supreme being. In you, is to accept the greatness of life starting with oneself. The video is visually simple, but evokes emotions through the essence of the landscapes that accompany the music and lyrics of 'En Ti,'" said Cesa. "It is a video that connects with the audience and invites the connection with oneself and the nature that surrounds us."

Mirella Cesa has been working non-stop, and was recently seen in Las Vegas during the Latin Grammy Awards. The artist who is fulfilling promotional commitments in Miami, is preparing to return to Ecuador for presentations during the month of December.

Watch the singer gorgeus video below:

Cesa is known as the "mother of Andipop." A genre originally from the Andean Mountains that mixes Andean music and Latin pop. Her musical instrument is the charango, an indigenous instrument that sounds like a harp and has the characteristics of a guitar.

She has sang with artists such as Franco de VitaCarlos BauteArmando Manzanero and Axel as part of their tours in Ecuador, as well as Alvaro TorresGaitanesAlberto Plaza, among others. Internationally, she was the first female artist to win the Top 40 in Spain award representing Ecuador in 2009, nominated for the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards for Best Latin American Central Artist. 

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