Updated 04:32 AM EDT, Sat, Aug 15, 2020

Paulina Rubio New Song 2015: 'Mi Nuevo Vicio' Feat. Morat Out! Watch Music Video Here

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Paulina Rubio has released her new track "Mi Nuevo Vicio," her collaboration with up-and-coming Colombian band Morat.

According to a report from Latin Times, "the song is authored by the band and it was produced by Mauricio Reginfo (Cali and Dandee)." The single will also mark Morat's introduction to the international audience.

In the clip, Rubio was featured dancing in different clubs with hot and sexy men. The music video has an aura of the film "Groundhog Day" in it, in the sense that Rubio does the same thing all over again when the week ends.

Check out the music video of Paulina Rubio and Morat's new track below. You can download the song on iTunes.

The guys of Morat also provided a special element to the song. As AXS pointed out, the band sounds a bit like Mumford & Sons, providing "folk music flair" that goes well with Rubio's smoky vocals.

Rubio had a three-year break before "Mi Nuevo Vicio." During her absence from the music scene, the singer reportedly focused on her television career, particularly in coaching contestants of "La Voz Mexico" and "La Voz Kids" (US). Latin Times reported that she also crossed over as a judge of "X-Factor" together with Demi Lovato, Kelly Rowland, and Simon Cowell.

"Mi Nuevo Vicio" or "That's My New Addiction" will debut in radio stations and digital stores of Spain, Latin America, and the United States, Latin Times noted. The track serves as the 43-year-old Mexican singer's sneak peek of her upcoming 11th studio album, Idolator reported.

According to Huffington Post, Rubio is considered as "the reigning queen of Latino pop" for over 25 years. She has released multiple albums since 1982, reportedly selling 20 million records worldwide.

When asked about her experiences as a judge on "The Voice," Rubio admitted that it wasn't a walk in the park.

"The hardest thing is just to talk with your heart and tell them when they don't have the talent," Rubio said, as quoted by Huffington Post. "But they are coming for professional advice so I decided to be constructive and positive. I always say the positive first, then the negative."

Rubio first got her start as the vocalist of the Mexican children's group Timbiriche, which Thalia was also a part of, Idolator recalled. Some of Rubio's famous hits are "Heat of the Night," "I Was Made for Lovin' You," "Me Gustas Tanto," "Don't Say Goodbye," and "Boys Will Be Boys."

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