Music | #TBT Si Tu Quisieras by Luis Fonsi

Luis Fonsi has it all, and so does the Throwback Tune of the Month...


Puerto Rican singer, Luis Fonsi, delighted everyone with his music at the Positive Impact Awards during Hispanicize, so it seemed appropriate to take it back to his first single, Si Tu Quisieras, this month. The song was part of his album Comenzare back in 1998, and it helped Fonsi become an instant hit in Puerto Rico and across Latin America.

In English, the title translates to If You Wanted To.  A love song filled with hope, it tells the story of a man asking a woman for a chance. He tells her about opening his heart and soul for her so that she can see how he really feels. Throughout the song he explains all the things he would do for her… from not minding the distance to traveling through time. He promises to make a new world for her, one in which she would be a princess and he would protect her and grant her every wish.

What woman doesn’t dream of being the princess of a beautiful love story? So, no matter if you are that princess or that knight in shining armor, listen to Luis Fonsi’s fairytale of a song and get ready to have your heart stolen by this charismatic artist.

About the author:

Carla Ortiz is a Lifestyle Writer based in NYC. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico and attended Universidad del Sagrado Corazon where she finished a BA in Communications. After starting her own fashion and cocktails blog, Haute Cocktail, she proceeded to complete a MFA in Fashion Journalism from the Academy of Art University. She loves fashion, cocktails, music, and traveling. Follow her adventures on Twitter and Instagram at @HauteCocktail.


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