Natti Natasha, the Dominican singer, has recently released a bachata version of her hit song “La falta que me haces” which she sang at the Latin American Music Awards. The ballad is dedicated to her fiancé Raphy Pina and speaks about missing a loved one, a sentiment that Natti knows all too well since Pina was imprisoned.
In an interview, Natti shared the inspiration behind the song, saying, “In my case, it was for Raphy. But I saw people who were dedicating it to him to their mothers, to their partners, to people who were not with them at the time, who were in another country, people they missed, who needed them, whether they were alive or not.”
The bachata version of the song is a tribute to Natti’s Dominican roots and the love she has received from her fans. “People have supported too much, they have supported a lot, they continue to support and for me it fills me with more energy, I continue to work harder, with much more love,” says Natti.
The artist also drew strength from her loved ones during tough times, including her daughter, parents, stepchildren, and fans. She credits them for filling her with energy and creativity as she works on her new album.
The graphic art of this new bachata is a drawing that Natti’s fiancé gave her, with whom she got engaged in 2021. Natti promises that this song “is a bomb,” and fans can’t wait to hear it.