Teen heartthrob Jay Ulloa releases the official video for his swoon-worthy single “Perdonamé” via innovative content management platform and global distributor, Vydia. After dropping the neon-inspired lyric video last month, the 17-year-old, recent high school graduate shares the official video with his devoted supporters, where he pleads for forgiveness to TV screens playing VHS videos of his time with the girl who got away.
Ulloa speaks on the video, “I’m excited for this video to finally be out in the world, it’s a little more serious then other things I’ve released. It’s about when you’re in a relationship and you keep making mistakes accidentally and hurting the other person. That’s the worst feeling in the world, I know a lot of people have been there too. This video is me saying I’m sorry and asking for forgiveness from someone I feel like I’ve hurt.”
Mexican – American singer/songwriter, Jay Ulloa, was born in California and from a young age, was immersed in a musical environment among his parents and siblings. His musical ability, impressively diverse, spans across the guitar, piano, drums, flute, ukulele, trumpet and bass. In 2017, the multi-versed artist released his first single, “El No Te Conoce Como Yo.” Quickly following was his co-written second single, “Lastimarte”, which exhibited a new wave of Latin pop. This past summer, Jay released his first Spanglish song, “Manos Al Aire,” . In this last year alone, Ulloa has gained over 3 million streams, served as a feature artist for Toyota Latino’s International 2018 Camry campaign as well as being dubbed as “the Future of Latin Pop” by Nylon Magazine. In addition to his music career, Ulloa is also established as long lead position in the Brat series CHICKEN GIRLS, YouTube top streamed teen dream. Jay is set to release his follow up single PERDÓNAME, who he collaborated with Pip Kembo (JBalvin, Dua Lipa) for a Spanglish – Dancehall feel.