The case of the young Debanhi Escobar has caused a stir and mourning within Mexican society, since what happened to the law student makes visible once again the multiple cases of femicide that plague the country and remain on alert to women.
The murder of the 18-year-old girl, whose body was found in a cistern next to a hotel on the Monterrey-Nuevo León highway, has also provoked various reactions among members of the artistic community.
figures like Rebecca Jones, Natalia Téllez, Anel Noreña, Adriana Louvier and Claudia Álvarez have shown their dismay facing the death of Escobar, who was reported missing on April 9 and whose search lasted 13 days amid versions and alleged inconsistencies.
The body of the young woman was found last Friday and the investigation of the State Prosecutor’s Office has been classified under the gender perspective, for which it has been classified as femicide, as reported by the governor of the entity, the controversial Samuel Garcia.
Against this background, the composer Edén Muñoz, former lead singer of Caliber 50wrote a theme in honor of the deceased and in reference to thousands of similar cases And he expressed it this way: “I am too sensitive about the case of Debanhi Escobar and the thousands of people who suffer the same. The only way I can express myself and get all this that I feel is with my music and today I dedicate this song to all those who long to find their loved ones and also to all those who long to be found, with much love and respect, “he wrote on his Instagram account.
The theme of the song I will find you focuses on emotions sadness and nostalgia of those who look for the women who disappear daily in the country, although read differently, the theme could also allude to the loss of a sentimental relationship and their mourning.
How much silence in the house
I still don’t know about you
nothing is the same, my life
how I miss you
Follow your scent in the air
your things intact,
I keep looking at your photos
And I still don’t lose hope.
It’s been hell this time
I don’t know, I don’t know how to live without you
I’m not going to give up.
famous as Cecilia Galliano and Sandra Echeverria they applauded Eden’s composition and let it be seen in their comment box: “What a beautiful song, I wish it were just a song and not the reality that we live daily in our country! I love you compa”, wrote the actress and singer Sherlyn.
Although his audience applauded the gesture and many people were moved by the song, others they criticized him and even called him an opportunist. In social networks and in accounts dedicated to information about the show, you can read the opinion of users who point out that Muñoz “hung on to the case” to continue building her career as a soloist.
“Edén Muñoz, ex-vocalist of Caliber 50, is not downgraded from being an opportunist for uploading this tiktok to his networks,” wrote the “Juangabriela Jackson” Twitter account, which has almost 10,000 followers. For their part, some of the messages in response point to the same meaning: “The song is beautiful, but I would have focused on it in a more general way and not only in one case, that’s why it is seen as opportunistic, it reminds me of friend if you see it by Jenni Rivera, where many photos of missing people are shown”, “If she wanted to hang herself, she would have at least done the homework of seeing how many disappeared people she would have put all of them, with this she is on the same level as Moni Vidente, in bad taste”, “Everyone carries water for their mill.”