Thalía in We’re All Mexican


Thalía appears in the official music video of the song We're All Mexican

Arriba Latino!
We're All Mexican
We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, La la la la la la...
Latinos unidos abriendo camino
Que Nadie nos pare, eso es lo que yo opino
Caminando como peregrino
Firmas el éxito es nuestro destino

Paso fino con la fuerza de un submarino
Lo que yo empiezo lo termino
Boricuas, Dominicanos y Argentinos, Llegó México y se formó el remolino

Se reporta Colombia
Dile a tu vecino que yo no termino
Yo nunca me inclino.

Sit back and have some beans
Amigo don’t kill the American Dream

We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, la la la la la la...

Le gusta el kétchup, ahora es pica pica
Toma chocolate
paga lo que debes
Y pegado con el dulce de leche
Pa lo mal de amores
Le dan guacamole

Se acabó la soda, lo que hay es agua de coco
Y poco a poco, empezó el alboroto
Estamos triunfando listen to me mi rey

El que no nos quiera le damos mamey...

We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, la la la la la la...
We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, la la la la la la...

La la la la you gonna become a fan when the trumpets join in the mariachi band
I love your moves
Hands On your waste
You bring the flavor to United States
No nos paramos, seguimos luchando
Striving for greatness, lo estamos logrando, Manos pa'rriba,
Estamos triunfando, I love you America!

United we stand up so we can be free
Hearts in the sky for the red, white, and green
Soy el grito del pueblo
La voz del silencio
Valiente, guerrero, latino
We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, We Are All Mexican, Y aquí vinimos a triunfar... (3x)
Y aquí vinimos a triunfar...

The title of the song, We're All Mexican is intended as a metaphor symbolizing that we can all become the victims of racism and bigotry at any moment as Mexicans are experiencing in recent times. Mexicans are being vilified in the United States by some of the media and political leaders and in some of the public's sentiment because they comprise 67% of the Latino population and because their native country shares a direct border with the United States and are the majority of the "Latinos" crossing that particular border. But around the world, different immigrant groups are harassed and made to be scapegoats for the ills of their respective countries of residence. The song, We're All Mexican, celebrates the positive contributions of immigrants in the United States as a balance to the negativity being expressed publicly.

Thalía in <i>Were All Mexican</i> news music video  thalia foto

Emilio Estefan speaks about his tribute song and video, "We're All Mexican", saluting Hispanic Heritage Month and the achievements of all immigrants.

Posted by Emilio Estefan Official Site on Thursday, September 10, 2015

Thalía, Gloria Estefan to record anti-Trump "We're All Mexicans"

Emilio Estefan presented the song We're All Mexicans (Todos Somos Mexicanos) with a cast of stars.

A cast of stars involved in the song We're All Mexicans (Todos Somos Mexicanos) which was published on Monday by the Cuban-American music producer Emilio Estefan.

The song was published on the celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, at a time when immigration and contributions of US Hispanics have become a matter of debate in the election campaign.

"As immigrants, we have a love and appreciation for this country and for the freedom it represents. We need to be proud of us and show the world all the great things we are doing", Estefan said. "I wrote and produced this song to communicate a message of unity, not division".

In the recording are superstars that participated like Wisin, Pitbul, Thalía, Wyclef Jean, Taboo (Black Eyed Peas), Gloria Estefan, Carlos Santana, Banda El Recodo, Carlos Vives, Angelica Maria, Angélica Vale, Black Dada, El Cata, Jencarlos Canela, Natalia Jimenez, Rita Moreno, Pepe Aguilar, Luis Coronel and Espinoza Paz.

In addition, also appeared in the video comedians like Kathy Griffin and Whoopi Goldberg; actors Amaury Nolasco, Eva Longoria, Carlos Ponce, Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias and Kate Del Castillo; radio host Enrique Santos; Radio personality El Piolin; artist Romero Brito and chef José Andrés.

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