oday, singer, songwriter, and acclaimed actress Isabela Merced releases a new single entitled “Don’t Go” with Mexican actress, singer and model, Danna Paola.

Get it HERE via Republic Records.

About “Don’t Go,Isabela said, “Being a young Latinx, I always want to find a way to merge the old with the new. Lyrically, it’s about a bit of a chase in a relationship. I don’t know where this guy’s feelings are, but in the video, you get clarity for what’s really going on…and it all make sense. There is pride in the lyrics about being a Latina, Danna, Mexicana, and, me, Peruana! We wanted to find the right feature for it and finally did. It had to be a Latin artist who could SING—a female powerhouse. So, Danna joined us, and I couldn’t be happier.”

She co-wrote the song with regular collaborators Andrés Torres and Mauricio Rengifo (“Despacito”) and joined forces with fellow superstar, singer, and actress Danna to bring it to life as a powerhouse duet. Bridging the gap between cultures and styles, the track incorporates salsa and chanteo as it culminates on a massive and magnetic pop chorus reflective of Isabela’s show-stopping vocal range. Adding another dimension to this anthem, she also shares the unforgettable and cinematic music video directed by & choreographed by award-winning choreographer, dance luminary, creative director, producer, and filmmaker Galen Hooks [Camila Cabello, Justin Bieber, Janet Jackson].

Watch it HERE.

Regarding the official music video, Isabela commented, “The music video is a fantasy that plays on our primal instincts for what we would do when feeling betrayed.  We shot in two different locations, Danna in Mexico, and my part shot at the Houdini Mansion in Los Angeles.  We wanted to keep it old fashioned but adding our own twist to the looks. My favorite, a nod to my Peruana roots, the lime green outfit inspired by the Peruana Ñusta braids, and Inca princess gold jewelry, with some authentic Peruana pieces.  Also, don’t miss a cameo from my three-legged dog Pluto, and a whole lot of baile!”

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