Three years after Juan Gabriel’s death on Aug. 28, Georgel and Esteman not only revamped a timeless ‘80s hit, but also marked the first time they collaborated together as two openly gay Latin artists. Now, they’re making the rounds with a remix that includes Raymix and Celso Piña.
Paying homage to the late Divo de Juarez, the Mexican and Colombian artists gave “El Noa Noa” a new electro-cumbia twist and sent a message of equality with its music video. “I wanted to celebrate Juanga with ‘Noa Noa,’ but at the same time, it sends a message of equality and liberty. With this song, we want to send the message that there's a place for everyone in this world,” Georgel previously told Billboard.
Almost two months after its release, Raymix jumped on the track, bringing his synth and tropical melodies onboard along with his sweet vocals. The remix also features a 20-second solo by late Mexican cumbia star and accordionist Celso Piña.