Singer-songwriter and producer Javier Arrogante shares his latest single “El Amor” that aims to inspire, create hope, and break the chains. “Love without fear, love freely,” says the young Spaniard, who originally wrote the track for the Eurovision song contest, but ultimately decided to keep it for himself, because he “liked it too much.”
Directed by Arrogante himself, the music video for “El Amor” promotes the message of freedom, carried out by LGTBI+ community. The talented musician breaks gender roles by wearing skirts. He reveals “the process was comfortable and I always tried to make it as fun as possible, my knowledge of directing and scripting makes everything easier.”
Arro began his career at an early age, singing covers of songs on YouTube. His rendition of “Titanium” garnered more than 200,000 views and was nominated by RTVE who called him the newest musical revelation. Arrogante also did covers of “Hello,” “Chandelier,” and “Love Me Like You Do.”
Javier Arrogante is currently working on new music that blends Pop, Folk, Indie, and Dance genres together. The lyrics are inspired by his own experiences and showcase his self-improvement and development. “El Amor” is the follow-up to Arro’s first experimental single “Puedo Respirar,” which came out in 2020.
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