The phrase It’s Over can convey countless emotions. The speaker can say it with reluctant resignation, fed-up frustration, or even Vince Carter-level confidence. And if you’re anything like Eddy Puyol, you’ve probably experienced all three at some point.
On his latest single the artist revisits times in his life when he’s had to say It’s Over out loud. The energetic pop anthem reinterprets lyrics from his 2017 track “Shut It Down” and embodies a longstanding family mantra: “Finish what you start. And if you start something, then leave it better than you found it.”
Monday Night Football used Eddy Puyol’s song to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month.
“Dale mi gente” could be heard loud and clear on ESPN’s October 4, 2021 telecast of MNF.
The shouting Puyol cut through as the Las Vegas Raiders scored a touchdown against the Los Angeles Chargers. His song Sigue Pa’ Lante hit the airwaves on the national broadcast. What made it even more special? The record is Puyol’s first bilingual release. The worldwide leader in sports utilized the song throughout the network’s coverage as the league recognized National Hispanic Heritage Month.
“It’s a surreal feeling to hear your art, and heart, shared on one of the biggest sports platforms in the world,” Puyol said. “I’m so thankful that ESPN believes in me and supports me the way they do.”
The clip from the broadcast can be viewed on Puyol’s YouTube channel here:
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Eddy Puyol steps back into soul singer mode for To the Moon. A vibey record built for cruising down the boulevard with your loved one by your side.
The track mixes both machine and analog instrumentation. The lyrics allow listeners to float in that wonderful dream state that accompanies a rich relationship.
“I’m just in a happy place in life and love has exploded in my heart once again,” Puyol said. He penned the lyrics while driving home from church on Valentine’s Day.
The music for To the Moon was inspired by a trap beat supplied by recently-departed producer Kyle “Xplicit Truth” Wishon. Seeking a more organic feel for the record, Puyol enlisted longtime collaborator Chuck Hemann. Hemann evolved its sound with live instruments and a throwback essence.
“What we ended up with was magic,” Puyol said. “I think ‘To the Moon’ would fit perfectly on radio stations or playlists beside hits from Silk Sonic [Bruno Mars + Anderson .Paak], Drake or Justin Timberlake.”
For visuals, Puyol once again connected with iAMbayo.net for a lyric video that captures the “love letter” feel of the song. The clip ends with a photo from Eddy’s parents’ first year of marriage – a feature made even more special by the track’s release date (September 3) which happens to be their 45th wedding anniversary.