Bad Gyal announces new album, ‘La Joia’

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Their first full-length release, ready for 2024.

The Spanish singer is about to release her debut album The Joy, the meeting of the urban scene in Spanish and a tribute to 90s r&b. Don’t miss the details!

With the album cover designed by Sheila Janet, Bad Gyal advertisement The Joy, her first full-length album, which will be released on January 26, 2024. After numerous gold and platinum records, as well as going viral on TikTok, this release is about to change the career of the Spanish DJ.

This album will include a series of collaborations, some previously released, with the greatest exponents of the urban scene: Anitta, Ñengo Flow, Mike Towers, Tokischa, Young miko and Quevedo are some of the guests in The Joy.

In addition, he unveiled the tour La Joia – 24 Karat Tour, which includes cities in Europe, Mexico and Colombia, and the premiere of “Give Me”, a single from this album, which will be available this Friday.

After successes like “Chulo pt.2”, “Kármika” and “Fever”, and the release of three EPs since 2016, the Spanish artist is ready to be a new reference within the urban genre, from homage to r&b, heading it towards the future.

  1. “Intro”
  2. “Mi Lova feat Myke Towers”
  3. “Give Me”
  4. “Bota Niña feat Anitta”
  5. “Lost This Ass”
  6. “Without meat”
  7. “Bad Boy feat Ñengo Flow”
  8. “Skit”
  9. “Chulo pt.2 feat Tokischa, Young Miko”
  10. “Asi Soy feat Morad”
  11. “Sexy”
  12. “Pop Pop”
  13. “Real G feat Quevedo”
  14. “One more time”

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