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JP Saxe & Camilo Collide on “Moderación”

Canadian singer-songwriter JP Saxe and Colombian musician Camilo joined forces for “Moderación,” a bilingual pop ballad.

Camilo Does it Again

Just when we thought that Camilo had collaborated with all the English-language artists that you can imagine, he does it again. Just last month, he recruited Camila Cabello for the music video of their track “Ambulancia.” This time, she joined JP Saxe for a beautiful bilingual ballad, showing us what he can do in all different genres and languages. 

If you listen to JP Saxe music, you know that most of his songs are usually slow-paced, piano-driven. Camilo, on the other hand, tends to go for bachata and cumbia music, which is very much upbeat and danceable. Nevertheless, when it comes to working with other artists, he puts himself up to the challenge and dives into any genre. In “Moderación,” he does exactly that.

They Sing About Heartache in “Moderación”

“Moderación” is a bilingual pop ballad where JP Saxe and Camilo suffer from heartache. They sing about them being in love with a girl who is not fully committed into their relationship, but they wish that she would. “So, baby, don’t, please, don’t. Want me in moderation. You can’t be halfway. When I’m all, all the way in,” they sing together in the chorus.

“Camilo is one of my favorite artists on earth and my brother,” JP Saxe said. “Doing this song together is a dream and I’m grateful I get to sing a song I love with a human I love. It has been a family affair with Evaluna and Ricky Montaner, Camilo’s wife, and brother-in-law, directing the video. Estaré muy feliz de poder interpretar esta canción con Camilo por el resto de mi vida.” (I’ll be very happy to perform this song with Camilo for the rest of my life.)

“When I had the chance to meet JP Saxe, I doubted that I could love him more than I admire him, because for a long time he has been one of my favorite songwriters,” Camilo added. “I’m so grateful that we actually had the chance to sit down and write this song together – it’s something I’m really proud of and can’t wait to share. One thing JP and I have in common is that we dislike people who love in moderación.” (Moderation.)

We can’t wait to see who else Camilo will collaborate with in the future. In the meantime, enjoy “Moderación.”

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