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.
It’s an absolute debacle that this song wasn’t nominated for a Grammy. I think it’ll stand as The Weeknd’s biggest and best single, which is saying a lot because “The Hills” and “Starboy” were crazy af. Trust me, I know that electro-pop style of music is passé. But man. This is a mind-blowing song that will actually be very memorable as years pass. This comment sums it up perfectly:
Thomas Cruise10 months ago His music sounds like the past, present and future all together 106K
I still like the song they sampled here better, but Raye — and Rudimental — can do no wrong when it comes to house music.
As I slodged through all the generic music released this on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist, this actually saved me from falling asleep. It’s different. Jazzy-pop. Well done.
Shocker: A new song that doesn’t sound generic and is actually pretty good. This is an artist to watch.
Here’s the video for a song I posted the day it came out.
Super-chic chill French Pop/Trap&B vibe that can be played anywhere.
One of the smoothest tracks I’ve heard all year. This could become their biggest single.
Another new artist I’ve been ahead of that might be starting to emerge a bit. Her debut single was pretty epic. This one has breakout hit potential.
I’ve been saying Jax Jones is a dope producer. I’ve been saying this singer Au/Ra has an incredible voice. Today they come together to put out a beautiful light melodic house/dance-pop single that sounds like a global smash hit.
A new rhythmic pop star on the rise. I’ve previously featured her here.
They got one here.