She’s a woman. She’s what one may consider attractive. That’s 92.7% of the battle of getting promoted by a major label and becoming popular in the US these days. In all fairness though, she appears to be decent and is not resorting to using her body like other female Hispanic Pop artists from New York (see Cardi B, Jennifer Lopez). Most importantly, this song is just catchy enough to earn her some attention as an artist on the rise.
Category: Artist On The Rise
A new pop/R&B artist to look out for. Nice light harmonic voice. A modern-day Brandy.
🔥🔥🔥. Front seat on her Day 1 bandwagon.
A new rhythmic pop star on the rise. I’ve previously featured her here.
I DO is literally the most underrated producer-singer duo in dance/pop music. The first song I heard from them was a socially-conscious club banger. Their sound is so global, so exotic. An incredibly-rhythmic sound that stands on it’s own. But appeals to Dancehall x Afropop x Reggaeton vibes.
I saw her featured in a well-known media outlet. Instead of being known as Ariana Grande’s friend, she finally seems to be getting the attention she deserves.
She’s 2 for 2.
Artists like this is why I do this. Underrated music. Those that know know. But most of y’all sleepin. She’s been one of the more consistent and well-rounded singers I’ve heard since her stunning first single “Space”.
Been a fan since she debuted in ’17.
One of the dopest indie tracks I’ve heard in a while.
His mixtape Superstar Creature is bananas. Straight🔥🔥. London On Da Track produced it.
Nice songs. They’re trendy but stand out. Indie Pop/R&B-ish vibes.
She’s kind of in that dark/emo pop Billie Eilish lane.
This video came out two weeks after I featured it here.
The hardest track I’ve heard all year, all the way around starting from his vocals, the beat, the hook, and even just the concept of the song. He’s changing the game, putting the Brooklyn drill scene on the map and giving hip hop a much needed new original sound (one inspired by UK and Chicago drill).