Watch Natalia Lafourcade Perform 'Tú Sí Sabes Quererme' Live In The Studio Watch the Mexico City singer-songwriter perform an original composition from her latest album, Musas, live in the studio for KCRW.
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Natalia Lafourcade, 'Tú Sí Sabes Quererme' (Live)KCRW

Natalia Lafourcade has been one of Latin America's leading indie-pop artists for many years. Her latest album, Musas, is a tribute to some of her musical inspirations, featuring famed acoustic guitar masters Los Macorinos. A standout of this session is one of her original compositions, "Tú Sí Sabes Quererme."

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  • "Tú Sí Sabes Quererme"

Photo: Larry Hirshowitz/KCRW.

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