The song "Ya Supérame" by Grupo Firme is about moving on from a past relationship. The singer is addressing his ex, who is having a hard time accepting the breakup. The singer emphasizes that the relationship is over and that he has moved on. He urges his ex to do the same and to stop talking badly about him. The lyrics also suggest that the singer has blocked his ex on all platforms and is happy without her. Ultimately, the message of the song is that the ex needs to accept the end of the relationship and move on.
Grupo Firme is a Regional Mexican band based in Tijuana, Baja California, founded in 2014, with origins from Mexico. The group rose to fame in 2020 by releasing the singles Pídeme, El Roto and Juro Por Dios. Later that year, they toured Colombia, in addition to recording a live album there entitled En Vivo desde Medellín, Colombia. In 2020, they were nominated for the Premios Juventud. In 2021, they won four Premios Juventud, they also won five of six nominations at Premio Lo Nuestro. On November 18, they won their first Latin Grammy for Best Banda Album for their album Nos Divertimos Lo Grando Lo Imposible.