Tanu Muiño, a Ukrainian music video director of Cuban origin, directed a new music video for Rosalia, a Spanish singer-songwriter known for her interpretations of flamenco music.
The video for Rosalia’s latest single “Juro Que” (“I Swear That”), released in 2020, was posted on YouTube on Jan. 24.
“When you collaborate with one of your favorite artists it’s incredible. Dreams come true!” Muiño wrote on Instagram, posting a short clip from the “Juro Que” video.
Muiño, who lives in Odesa, a Black Sea port city of 1 million people some 500 kilometers south of Kyiv, is from a mixed Cuban-Ukrainian family. When she was 6-years-old, her family moved from Cuba to Ukraine.
The music video “Juro Que” focuses on a romantic story. Rosalia plays the role of a woman whose boyfriend was arrested but she swears she won’t leave him.
In this song, Rosalía returns to her flamenco roots, according to the Rolling Stone magazine. The music video “Juro Que” was watched 8.8 million times in just two days.
Muiño previously directed music videos for Katy Perry, Ukrainian artists Monatik, Vremya i Steklo, NK, ROZHDEN, for Russian rapper Skryptonite and others. Her most-viewed video was the one she made for Vremya i Steklo, a popular Ukrainian pop band, for their song “Troll” in 2017. It has more than 166 million views on YouTube.
Muiño is also known as a fashion designer, stylist, and photographer.
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