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by Nancy Ruth

“Llórame” is a four-minute and thirty-nine seconds sad song written, performed and produced by ‘Nancy Ruth’ that is different from anything you’ve heard before. Nancy Ruth’s voice is a genuine instrument that turns into a rapid shock when pushed out. The piano holds time until the swinging strings add extra rhythm and softness. It is traditional and low-key, setting the tone for the rest of the evening. Playing the guitar as singing allows you to physically feel the satisfaction and desire for love.

Nancy Ruth is a singer, songwriter/ Jazz/ Movie soundtrack maker. A musical gypsy with roots in both Spain and Canada, Nancy cooks up a delicious brew of jazz, Latin and flamenco. “Llórame” this song was featured on the soundtrack of the Spanish film ‘La Ley Del Embudo’.

Since then, she has been working on new songs and plans to release more in the future. “Llórame” is the latest release and it is a beautifully haunting song that leaves a strong impression. The opening lines of “Llórame” are exciting and intriguing. Nancy’s voice enters, immaterial and other worlds. The lyrics are mysterious and profound, overflowing with hidden meanings and emotions. The soft piano delivers a catchy but dramatic melody with her sensitive voice. The song culminates in three harmonious backing vocals by Nancy Ruth before calming down in a desperate fade and then easing the tension with the final words in Nancy Ruth’s mysterious voice.

Far from any traditional love/emotional song, “Llórame” is a complex and multi-layered track that will stay with you for a long time to come. Nancy Ruth combines the lyrics with her real feelings and creates truly amazing music. If you’re looking for something different, Nancy Ruth’s “Llórame” is the perfect song for you. As well, the music video features footage from a live performance in Spain and the Moroccan Sahara Desert.

Nancy Ruth is an artist to watch out for and we can’t wait to hear more from her in the future.

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