On the occasion of the premiere of the next Disney film Raya y el Último Dragón on March 5, the Mexican singer and actress Danna Paola will give voice to one of the main songs: ‘Hasta vencer’, which appears in the final credits.
The song will be part of the film’s soundtrack in Spanish and it is a collaboration for Spain and Latin America. In addition, Danna Paola will voice the protagonist, Raya, in the Latin American Spanish version of the film.
“The process was very interesting, I had fun and got very excited and I think Raya has become one of my favorite characters.” And he added “I am happy to participate in the film with a song as magical as” Until I win “, I know that the fans will be very excited to hear it”.
Danna Paola was born on June 23, 1995 in Mexico City, and at the age of 25 she has positioned herself as one of the most outstanding singers and actresses of recent times and the new Princess of Latin Pop. Danna Paola released her debut album Mi Globo Azul at the age of six and since then has not stopped reaping successes. Her versatility made her participate in the dubbing of world-class films such as Home and ENREDADOS, by Walt Disney Animation Studios, where she lent her voice to the character of Rapunzel in the Spanish version for Latin America and where she also collaborated with the soundtrack for the region; and in Mexican cinema with films like Arráncame la Vida and Lo Más Simcillo es Complicarlo Todo.
With a career spanning more than 21 years, she is internationally recognized for her participation in dozens of telenovelas, series and other television projects of national and international success, including Elite, Rayito de luz, María Belén, ¡Vivan los Niños !, Of Few, few fleas, Amy, the girl with the blue backpack, Pablo and Andrea and Dare to dream. In theater, she starred in, among other projects, the first Spanish version of the musical Wicked and was described by Broadway as a “Latino pride” for her incredible range and vocal ability that has surprised audiences in the United States and Latin America.