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Maná And Joy Huerta’s “Eres Mi Religion” Duet Is The Perfect Mother’s Day Soundtrack

In time for Mother’s Day, Maná released a new version of their hit “Eres Mi Religion.” The Mexican rock group teamed up with Jesse y Joy’s Joy Huerta, who became a mother in 2019.

“Eres Mi Religion” was one of Maná’s hits in 2002.

Maná first released “Eres Mi Religion” in 2002. The song was the second single from the group’s album Revolución de Amor. The fan-favorite peaked at No. 17 on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs chart. The duet version featuring Joy Huerta comes nearly two decades after the original version.

Recently, Maná re-recorded a few of their hits with Pablo Alborán and Sebastián Yatra.

In the past few years, Maná has been releasing a new version of their previous hits. In April 2019, the band turned their song “Rayando El Sol” into a duet with Spanish pop star Pablo Alborán. “That was a dream come true,” Alborán told mitú about the collaboration last month.

Following the remake with Alborán, later that year Maná later teamed up with Colombian heartthrob Sebastián Yatra for another duet. The band remade their hit “No Ha Parado De Llover” with the “Traicionera” hit-maker.

Joy Huerta is the latest artist to join the Maná duets club.

Huerta follows Alborán and Yatra as the latest artist to remake a Maná classic with the band. “Eres Mi Religion” is definitely one of Maná’s most anthemic and iconic hits. This version is more subtle and tender than the original version. Huerta holds her own alongside Maná’s lead singer Fher Olvera. Both Mexican acts complement each other well with this spiritual take on the song.

Joy Huerta’s daughter was born in May 2019.

In April 2019, Huerta revealed that she was married to her wife, Diana Atri. That May, Atri gave birth to the couple’s daughter, Noah. Whether you’re celebrating Mother’s Day this Sunday or on May 10 in Mexico, Maná and Huerta have your soundtrack covered.

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