Kali Uchis drops a new single “No Hay Ley,” which is her first solo work since 2020 ‘s Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios).
The carefree and love-filled chorus delivers the message behind “No Hay Ley,” which is about prioritizing love and putting it above all else: “Hey, en el amor no hay ley/ Y deja que nos miren si quieren/ No matter what we do, no matter what they say/ No importa lo que digan, como “¿qué?”” Uchis reveals that there are no rules in love and people should be with whoever makes them happy, without thinking about others.
Karly-Marina Loaiza, the American singer with Colombian roots, had released her first Spanish album two years ago titled Sin Miedo (del Amor y Otros Demonios), which earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Música Urbana Album.
Kali Uchis has had many fruitful collaborations with artists like Omar Apollo on “Bad Life,” and Ozuna on “Another Day in America.” Uchis’ cover of the popular ‘60s song “Desafinado,” appeared on the Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack, which was produced by Jack Antonoff.
Watch the Official Video of “No Hay Ley” on YouTube: