Maná Releases New Version of 'No Ha Parado de Llover' With Sebastian Yatra

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Maná & Sebastián Yatra, "No Ha Parado De Llover"

Maná continues releasing new versions of their former hits. And this time, it’s “No Ha Parado de Llover,” with Sebastian Yatra.

This new version of the iconic hit from 1995 with Yatra was born during the 2018 Latin Grammy Person of the Year event, which honored the Mexican band. The song itself is dramatic. "No ha parado de llover" means It hasn’t stopped raining and it's about losing someone and as much as that person wants to move on, it's kind of impossible.

The song, which includes a new musical arrangement, was released alongside its music video -- directed by Pablo Croce -- and addresses an important social subject: texting while driving. Watch it below.

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