The youngest daughter of Pepe Aguilar once again gave something to talk about on social networks. On this occasion, Angela Aguilar assured that she is the only woman who represents the regional Mexican genre in the United States who is having success.
Her comments about her arose during an interview for the radio program 'El Terrible', in which the 20-year-old was talking about the inequality that she considers exists between men and women in the Mexican regional.
“I don't think women are positioning themselves in Mexican music, I don't think it's true, there's still a long way to go, I think gender equality, specifically in this genre of music, is very difficult to achieve it will be achieved, but obviously it is one of my biggest dreams, Angela began by saying.
The youngest of the Aguilars commented that the success of the song she wrote for Yuridia was somewhat surprising because women sing it and a woman wrote it .
“Now with the song that I wrote with my dad and some friends for Yuridia, which we sang ‘Que Agonia’, it became four times platinum, and that is not normal for a music of a woman,
In addition, she asked her interviewer to mention an artist other than herself who was touring the United States.
“You tell me how many women's tours there are of Mexican music right now… Apart from Maricela, I, think that the only headliner in the United States I think it's just me, because I think everyone has co-headliners, I am the only one doing a solo tour in the United States”, said the interpreter of ‘Ahi Donde Me Ven’.
Similarly, when asked what she thinks it takes for women to stand out more in this genre that for years has been dominated by men.
“I feel like it's more of a habit, I think people have to open their eyes a little more, because the talent is there. There are artists who are doing great things right now, Angela said.
Despite the fact that Angela was trying to make visible the inequality that exists in the Mexican regional for women. However, her statements have been criticized on social networks and some even describe her as “arrogant”.