Dua Lipa, María Becerra and Bad Gyal fill the new musical releases of the week with Girl Power

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The wait is over. After the adrenaline experienced last November 3 in WECB Music Awards Santander 2023 at the WiZink Center in Madrid, we return to reality with new musical releases from our favorite artists. It doesn’t stop!

And if last week Chanel, Emilia, Marshmello, Leiva and The Beatles were some of those who provided the soundtrack to our weekend, now it’s the turn of another repertoire of artists. Hit play!

Friday, November 10

Dua LipaHoudini. The British artist is back, and she has done it in style. Her new single arrives thanks to the disco and electronic sounds that are going to become, without a doubt, the stars of the dance floors. Dua’s return had generated great expectations and she has proven to have surpassed herself once again.

Maria Becerra, Chencho Corleone, Ovy On The DrumsPool. María is the first Argentine artist to collaborate with reggaeton legend Chencho Corleone, and both have teamed up with hit producer Ovy to bring us an urban hit that has already become the soundtrack of the weekend for thousands and thousands of people. She invites us to the party and to give our all every second.

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Polima Westcoast,Standly, Bad GyalBarcelona. The Chilean has returned with his studio album On the way to Hermes, and one of the songs it includes is his long-awaited collaboration with singer and rapper Standly and the queen of Flow 2000 Bad Gyal. Reggaeton and the styles of each of them take over every verse and melody of this catchy song.

Omar Montes, Nicky JamHey BB. If you were more in the mood for urban rhythms this weekend, the new release from these two artists is your salvation. The one from Pan Bendito and the Puerto Rican one come together in a reggaeton song that no one will be able to resist on the dance floor. Pure perreo!

Manuel Carrasco, CamiloSaltpeter. You didn’t know you needed this musical ensemble until it became a reality. The people from Huelva and the Colombian have delighted us with a fusion of flamenco and pop to get romantic and bring us a perfect song to dedicate to the person we love. They are accompanied by Camilo’s bohemian touch, which makes it unique.

Melendi, David BisbalWalking through life. Another unexpected fusion comes from the hand of these two historic artists of the Spanish music industry. And Melendi has released her long-awaited studio album 20 Years Without News, which brings together new versions of their greatest classics. One of them is his legendary Caminando Por La Vida, which David Bisbal joins to provide with his own style. Pure dose of nostalgia!

Hermanos JonasBailey Zimmerman – Strong Enough. A few months ago, the band of brothers presented their album The Album, but if you thought that was all the musical repertoire they had prepared for this year, you were wrong. They have teamed up with artist Bailey Zimmerman, with whom they bring us a catchy pop melody and lyrics full of positivity that encourage us to take advantage of life.

ManeskinValentine. The Italian band has released the reissue of RUSH! (Are U Coming?) with five unreleased songs. One of them is Valentinewhich brings us a dark rock that talks about a story of heartbreak in which two people cannot be together.

Stray KidsLalalala. The K-Pop band has returned with their EP ROCK STAR. One of the songs that it includes, and that has completely captivated its millions of fans, is Lalalala. With this new project, the band claims to want to show a new version of themselves.

Other artists who join the musical news of the week are marlena with Red Flags, David Guetta and Kim Petras with When We Were Young, Cali and the Dandee with She, Justin Quiles with Lost you, Archangel with Pluto, 21st floor with Sincerely and Lost Frequencies with All Stand Together.


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Christopher Johnson

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