Aitana Ocana She announced this Thursday that she has tested positive for coronavirus and that she has been confined for “eleven or twelve days” at home, but that she is fine. “I’m fine, I have a few days left to finish my confinement and fight the bug,” said the young Catalan artist in a video message published by Los40 on her Twitter and on her website.
Aitana had to perform this Saturday at the Los40 Music Awards gala and has sent the video to her fans to announce that she will finally not be able to attend that appointment. “Finally I will not be able to be at the LOS40 Music Awards, much to my regret, because days before the recordings I tested positive for covid,” said the singer, who assured that she was “super excited” with this performance at some awards for which was nominated in three categories – best artist, song and video clip.
“But with the pandemic we are experiencing, these are things that happen,” added Aitana, who, however, will be present through a “very special” song that she was able to record days before testing positive.
By chance, Aitana became ill a few days after the publication of her long-awaited second album, “11 Razones”, scheduled for December 11. The album, which will include eleven cuts and collaborations with artists such as Sebastián Yatra (“Heart without life”), Natalia Lacunza (“When you left”), Beret (“Stupidity”) or Álvaro Díaz y Pole (“less”), It is one of the great commercial launches of the year.
Since her exit as second classified in the «Operación Triunfo 2017» contest, she has experienced a growing success which has led her to become the most viewed and listened to female artist in Spain in 2020, ahead even of Rosalía. His video clip with David Bisbal “If you want it” was also the musical piece with the most views this year on the other leading streaming platform, YouTube.
It was in June 2019 when he published his first full-length album, «Spoiler», which is now platinum and for which he had the help of talents as diverse as El Guincho, Mauricio Rengifo, Morat and Guille Galván. member of Vetusta Morla.
That same year she became the ninth most successful live artist in Spain as recorded in the yearbook produced by the Association of Musical Promoters (APM) and shortly after she was designated the “revelation artist” of the 1st Odeon Awards.