"No Cantes Victoria"
Mesonero remembers listening to Soul, Funk and Jazz at an early age with her father, with the disk-player and the old vinyls of groups like Kool and The Gang. She studied Professional Music, singing and Piano with R. Chacán (among others.)
She's in her twenties, but strong enough to start publishing this new EP alone, remembering her old days with the group Black Jack, and having a good famous path behind her: She received a prize from the Salamanca University and everything she does is being published there, in the Northwestern Community of Spain, Castilla y León called Salamanca.
There, she teaches these young little pupils you can see in the last video above.
Her voice is soft but strong, and, together with her instruments, is able to entertain hundreds of people, like she did that summer in Salamanca University, when she won the prize. People like her music and her career.
She also studies in UNED, and I must recognize she has lots of discipline for the age she has. We had one subject in common last course and she had high level degrees, as a big amount of notes made by herself. There's no doubt she is a talented woman and her music will have an open future here and all over the world.