Johann Vera is about to be your new favorite everything with the debut of his first single, “Pretty Girl”.
The 20-year-old Ecuador born singer, who was a finalist on Univision’s La Banda competition show, dropped the official video for his song as well.
“I am so excited to finally release my first single, ‘Pretty Girl (Tu Canción)’ which for me is such an important song as my fans have been asking for it for a long time,” Johann shared in a statement. “I am extremely grateful that even 6 months after La Banda, my fans are still supporting me and this is why I decided to dedicate ‘Pretty Girl (Tu Canción)’ to them.”
The song will be featured on Johann‘s upcoming EP, set to release later this year.
The 19-year-old musician and actor chatted with the mag about his music and what’s to come.
“When I write I don’t have particular thing in my head. It’s just whatever I’m feeling. No matter what, I want to make things that are true and relatable that everyone has gone through,” Trevor explained. “I definitely want it to sound different from ‘In My Feelings.’ I want to constantly evolve.”
He added about the fan reaction to his performances, “I’ve never had any show before this where the audience knows every word to every song. It was pretty mind blowing and I’m so thankful to the fans. I worked so hard and, so many people told me I wouldn’t be successful and now we have sold out shows.”
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The 14-year-old Stuck in The Middle actress opened up about the show, social media and more. Check it:
On how social media got her where she is today: “When I told my mom that I wanted to be an actress, she kind of just left it alone because she assumed it was just another phase of mine. Two years later, I was still bugging her about it and so she realized it was something I really wanted to do. She got me a monologue book and I did a dramatic reading for her where I was crying and had all these tears running down my face. She uploaded the video on her Facebook page and a casting director saw it andsigned me up with an agency. So, basically, social media got me my start.”
On Stuck In The Middle: “Being on set with so many kids is really a blast. I’m surrounded by so many different personalities and they all kind of remind me of my own siblings so I feel like the cast is my second family. I love being with them everyday!”
On loving the Diaz family: “Being apart of this big Latina cast, for me, is a dream come true. When I was younger, I couldn’t really relate to a lot of Disney characters because I felt like they weren’t really like me. I did, however, relate to Alex Russo of Wizards of Waverly Place; that was definitely my favorite show to watch. Now, to be apart of a show that younger Latinas can watch and feel connected and represented, makes me very happy!”