Alejandro Fernández and Maná: this is how the new version of “Treacherous Butterfly” sounds

Maná and Alejandro confirm the collaboration of Mariposa Traicionera Photo: Instagram / @ manaoficial

Yesterday afternoon, both Maná and Alejandro Fernández announced the release date of the song Treacherous Butterfly which will be accompanied by a video clip, and of which you can already see a brief preview on their social networks.

Through its Instagram account, the Mexican group released a preview of the new version in which they are working together with Vicente Fernández‘s son: “Treacherous Butterfly ft. our dear @alexoficial Available from THIS THURSDAY! Let Jalisco sound! ”Wrote the Mexican group.

For his part, Alejandro Fernández, who recently came to appear at the “Tecate Pa’l Norte” and the “International Balloon Festival” in León, Guanajuato, joined Maná on social networks to make the collaboration official: “Pure talent! Jalisco here! Treacherous Butterfly with my friends from @manaoficial Available NOVEMBER 18! Écheleeeee! ”.

The participation between Alejandro Fernández and Maná will be the first collaboration between the natives of Jalisco in an official way, since last January, during the inauguration of the president of the United States, Joe Biden, both participated as representatives of Hispanic music to welcome the president through the White House channel.

The official launch will be this Thursday, November 18 and it seems that Maná will serve as the beginning of his return to the music scene, since today confirmed that they will perform a series of concerts in The Forum, in Los Angeles for considering it ‘his second home’.

Maná will revive one of the favorite songs of her musical career. Treacherous butterfly It is the title of the third single and the seventh song from his sixth album entitled “Revolución de amor”, a project that came out in 2002.

On April 5, 2003 the song debuted at number 39 on the US Billboard Hot Latin Tracks and later it became the group’s first hit. The music video featured the participation of Argentine actress Julieta Díaz.

Maná’s message to Nodal (Photo: Instagram screenshot / @ manaoficial)

Treacherous butterfly It will be the first single from the duet album that Maná will release soon, in addition to the fact that they are already working on the composition of new music for an album of unreleased songs that will be released until 2023.

The possibility of a collaboration with the regional singer-songwriter, Christian Nodal, was recently rumored when Fher de Maná sent him a message through Instagram. It all started on a Maná fan page when he published some photographs of Fher Olvera, Maná’s vocalist and the young exponent of the regional added a comment extolling the figure of the singer: “Rockstar patron.”

The notification reached Maná’s official account on Instagram and the rock band did not hesitate to return the gesture of recognition and added: “Hugs, friend Nodal. When do we meet to compose?”.

Fher de Maná and “Canelo” prior to the boxing match (Photo: Instagram / @ manaoficial)

It should be remembered that the last time the group performed was on November 6 when Fher, the band’s vocalist, accompanied Saúl ‘El Canelo’ Álvarez to the rhythm of the song “El Rey” by José Alfredo Jiménez in his last fight, which he won over Caleb Plant in Las Vegas, Nevada.

However, the interpretation of Fher caused division among social media users and although the fight of the Mexican boxer was applauded to exhaustion, the musical presentation did not have the same luck, some followers on Twitter highlighted a possible use of playback.

Canelo’s followers noticed a lack of synchronization in the song: “I know well that I’m outside, but the day I die I know that you will have to cry. You will say that you loved me, but you are going to be very sad and you are going to stay that way ”, were the lines that gave away Fher.


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