From the new of Astronaut Project until the last of Snow Tha Product, Last week he left several premieres that we cannot fail to recommend. This time it was not the collaborations that surprised so much, but the reinterpretations they made SIMON, St. Vincent Y Ruzzi with Ximena Sariñana. In addition, we were speechless with the new of Imagine Dragons, Hypnotic Y Elsa and Elmar. Finally, words are no longer enough to describe the expansion of Bizarrap: What generated an unexpected session made us instantly mute.
Here’s the review:
Astronaut Project – “Your memory”
The Peruvian band premiered a new song called “Your memory” and in the key of nostalgic bossa nova. “The song describes the breakdown of a relationship and the bitter memory that remains at the end,” said Alberto Zegarra, singer of Astronaut Project. And he added: “I have never composed something similar and I think it will reach new ears.” The single features Reo Nerva on guitar, Eduardo Albareda on bass and Juancho Esquivel in the mixing and mastering stages.
Imagine Dragons – “Wrecked”
Imagine Dragons He presented his new single through the KIDinaKORNER and Interscope labels. The launch came with the announcement that his followers had been waiting for so much: the fifth album of the group from Las Vegas will be available from next September 3. “Wrecked” was written by vocalist Dan Reynolds and addresses the rawness of grief, with loss as the theme after losing his sister-in-law to cancer.
Snow Tha Product – “Que oso”
After releasing “You’ll Like It”, his collaboration with German, the Mexican with tremendous flow shared a new track called “Que bear”. The rapper from San José displays all her verbiage in a barrage of bars that operate “on trials within her own family,” according to a statement. In addition, “it brings to light how each and every family has something to be ashamed of, whether it is having an extramarital affair or simply doing things that should not be done.”
Elsa and Elmar – “Black Hearts”
Produced by Alizzz, “Corazones negros” is the most recent song by the singer from Bumanguesa, Elsa carvajal. A pop piece with electronic overtones that combines elements of the trap to reflect on the fragility of passing romances with the warmth that characterizes the composer based in Mexico. The single was accompanied by a cinematographic video directed by Daniel Uribe.
Hypnotic – “Change”
After captivating us with “Town”, Hypnotic shared the fourth and final sneak peek of the successor to Classic (2018) that will be released in the second half of the year. “Change” is a pop song that, like “Something” Y “Humidity”, Flirts with elements of R&B and soul. “This single is a vision of the constant change in us as evolution. Change to allow oneself to grow, to allow oneself to be better, to keep moving, “said the Cordovan duo in a press release.
Ruzzi and Ximena Sariñana – “Cariñito”
Mariana Ruzzi Y Ximena Sariñana joined forces to make a reversal of the theme of the Peruvian group, Los Hijos del Sol. According to the Mexican singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, “Cariñito” will be the first of the five that will make up the EP Ruzzi covers. The female duo chose to turn to electronic cumbia in production and give it an empowering twist to make their listeners dance and reflect.
Nicky Jam || BZRP Music Sessions #41
There is no ceiling to slow the colossal rise of Bizarrap. We could already ensure it for several sessions ago, however it is impossible to stop being surprised with the international repercussion generated by each novelty of the Argentine producer. The # 41 installment broke all the records that it had been celebrating so far without the need to advertise with its characteristic trailers. By unveiling Nicky Jam As a guest, he shook the board and surpassed 30 million views on YouTube in just five days. A brand new reggaeton like the old ones that will undoubtedly make speakers vibrate everywhere for a long time.
Simona – “No disguise”
The Argentine artist based in Barcelona reverted “Sin Disguise”, the classic of Virus belonging to the album Craziness (1985). “Almost forty years later, I sing it and read it as something super current. Without a doubt, the queer universe is the future “, revealed SIMON through a statement. Produced by Pablo Giménez, Facundo Castaño and Nicolás Btesh, this solemn cover radiates warmth with a twist that oscillates between the sounds of Latin pop and bossa nova.
St. Vincent – “Sad But True”
Another that stood out by reinterpreting a classic piece was St. Vincent with his unique version of “Sad But True”, the second track of the self-titled album by Metallica. The launch was accompanied by a video with a somewhat industrial aesthetic and with many television screens with images of various parts of the human body. In addition to the notable American singer-songwriter, the tribute album that celebrates 30 years of the successor of …And Justice for All (1988) titled The Metallica Blacklist It will include the likes of Miley Cyrus, Kamasi Washington, Sam Fender, Mac DeMarco, Rina Sawayama and many more. More about Annie Clark’s version in this note.