Thalia is officially celebrating the video premiere of her new single with Laura Pausini, "Sino a Ti." There is no denying that the Mexican pop star has become the queen of collaborations lately. From Michael Bublé to Prince Royce, her latest album Habítame Siempre is all about joining forces with the best of the best. Now Thalia is paying it forward for the Italian singer's new hits album, Laura Pausini 20 Grandes Éxitos. The new track shines with positivity and touches on the pure amor women radiate. Of course, I'm really digging this theme.

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The pop ballad is a nice change from some of my Thalia favorites like the upbeat "Piel Morena" or "Amor a la Mexicana." Directed by Leandro Manuel Emede and Nicoló Cerion, the video showcases a delicate white backdrop and lighting that offers an angelic feel. Thalía and Laura have amazing chemistry together and make it known with their affectionate scenes. Yes! It feels like a hug party and Thalía is extending the invitation.

At the end of the video, the ladies including a clever dedication to fans:

To all of those who believe in a pure love/In the glances between a mother and her children/In the tenderness of a bed that holds two grandparents/ In a couple that tries to live without lies/In friends that look towards the future together and embrace

I love the positive energy this song exudes. Thalía has been in the music game since the 1990s, and to me this track shows why she has been able to find longevity in this business. No, she doesn't have the greatest singing voice, but she is authentic.

You can tell that her lyrics have evolved and motherhood has inspired her. This video is a nice break from the booty themed stuff J.Lo and Nicki Minaj have released. It leaves you feeling happy and uplifted. I'll take that any day.

Image via Warner Music Latina

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Sugey is the Staff Writer of MamásLatinas for Cafemom. She's also a friendly Scorpio and a new mom who loves all things music, food, culture, and writing. Her works have been featured in: Rhapsody, MTV, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, and Latina Magazine.  

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