Silvana Estrada

Mexican folk singer-songwriter

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​Silvana Estrada, a 24-year-old Mexican artist, often sings about heartbreak and loneliness.

Feeling lonely, never home to connect: What drives Silvana Estrada’s music

​Silvana Estrada, a 24-year-old Mexican artist, often sings about heartbreak and loneliness.

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