Chacal and Señorita Dayana launch their urban version of "If you think, if you want" by Roberto Carlos

The artists have made their fans fall in love with this new collaboration.

Chacal y Señorita Dayana © YouTube / Señorita Dayana
Jackal and Miss Dayana Photo © YouTube / Miss Dayana

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If there are two Cuban urban music singers who feel more than comfortable joining their voices in a musical project, they are Dayana Chávez Victoria, or simplyMiss Dayana, and Ramón Lavado, better known asJackal.

For several days now, reggaeton artists have been announcing through their social networks the launch of a new collaborative single, which finally came to light today through the young performer's YouTube channel.

On this occasion, it is an urban version that they have madeJackal and Miss Dayana of the themeIf you think, if you want, written by the famous Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos and which in 1991 he performed as a duet with the late and renowned Spanish singer Rocío Dúrcal.

The cover ofIf you think, if you want of the islanders was presented with a video clip in which you can see the two performers inside a recording studio giving life to the song.

The audiovisual material also reflects the very good connection that exists betweenJackal andMiss Dayana, a friendship that has been forging for several years and that has been reflected in music.

Jackal andMiss Dayana, are two of the exponents of the island's urban genre who have most successfully repeated the formula of collaboration.

In December 2018, they raised the temperature of their fans with the release of the video clip for their song.Turn off the light, where the two exuded chemistry and complicity.

They have also shared the stage and have other songs together that have enjoyed great popularity such asCuba is in fashion, The liar, I will not return OTropical, among others.

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Yare Grau

Natural from Cuba, but I live in Spain. I studied Social Communication at the University of Havana and later graduated in Audiovisual Communication at the University of Valencia. I am currently part of the CiberCuba team as an editor in the Entertainment section.

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