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A Jenni Rivera Classic Gets Remade By Chiquis And Natalia Jiménez

Earlier this week, Natalia Jiménez of La 5a Estación and “La Voz: Kids” fame released a Jenni Rivera tribute album titled “Homenaje a la Gran Señora.” Why Jenni Rivera? The Spanish pop singer told Billboard that she wanted to combine her love of Jenni Rivera with her desire to sing Mexican rancheras. The 34-year-old singer also told Billboard that her admiration for Jenni Rivera’s strength inspired her to work on the album: “[I]t’s a very strong album for strong women — women who are not afraid to stand up to men. I love that message. That’s what my music is about too.”

The 12-track album features duets with Jenni’s brother, Lupillo Rivera, and her eldest daughter, Janney “Chiquis” Rivera. Chiquis teams up with Jiménez on “Ovarios,” one of Jenni’s signature tracks.



Earlier this week, Chiquis took to her Instagram to post a clip of the song and to thank both her mother and Natalia Jiménez:

“There aren’t enough words to describe what my heart feels this moment. Today marks four years from the day that changed my life forever. Although it’s a difficult day, not just for my family but for all of the my mother’s fans, it’s things like this that make me smile because #LaGranSeñora continues to be a badass. A thousand thanks to Natalia Jiménez for this tribute!!! It’s a huge honor. I love ALL of the album. You rock girlfriend!!! Thanks for making me a part of it. I love you!”

Listen to the full song:

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This 11-Year-Old Is Melting Hearts And Keeping New Yorkers Sane

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This 11-Year-Old Is Melting Hearts And Keeping New Yorkers Sane

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Cancel your overpriced therapy sessions ASAP because for $2 this kid could potentially change your life.

Ciro Ortiz, this adorable 11-year-old middle-schooler, is giving “emotional advice” to Brooklyn subway riders in need of guidance.


With his parents’ approval, Ortiz has been setting up shop every Sunday for the past few weeks from noon to 2 p.m. On a good day he makes about $50. But don’t go thinking that he’s splurging his earnings on random crap. His parents said that he’s actually using his money to buy food for kids who can’t afford it. What an angel!

So what makes Ortiz a qualified counselor? Well, his mom said that Ortiz is wise beyond his years and is extremely sensitive, which is why his advice is usually on point.

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“Somebody came up to us and said that what he told her is what she’d been feeling in her gut that whole time,” Adam Ortiz, Ciro’s dad, told The New York Post.

In fact, it’s his mom who helps him set up his office and marketing strategy.


She’s always close by monitoring his business making sure it runs smoothly.

So if you’re in need of some life advice, reach out to the business Instagram account his mom created.

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@emotionaladvicekid. He’s now at 130 followers.

Or stop by the little guy’s office. He accepts walk-ins.


Learn more about this little counselor here

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