Morad and DELLAFUENTE release ‘ZIZOU’, an EP with six songs

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The next December 12 and 13, the fans of Morad and DELLAFUENTE They have a pending appointment at Wizink Center from Madrid. The one from Hospitalet de Llobregat and the one from Granada will face each other in the first edition of Red Bull SoundClash in Spain, a unique event where you can enjoy the music and creative creation of both artists.

But to liven up the wait, Morad and DELLAFUENTE They surprise us with an unreleased EP, ZIZOU. In this work, the artists have included six themes: figo, K Animal, La Brea, Broken Hands, Drums In The Mountain and KTMwhich have been composed entirely by themselves and produced by Antonio Narvaez, Nuviala, SHB, Voluptyk and SCAR.

In these six songs you can see the convergence between the marked styles of Morad and DELLAFUENTE. Both the singer of Go on such as I consented They have a very personal sound and style that is palpable in every song they produce. The essence MDLR and the DLFC They coexist perfectly in this EP, which is now available on all digital platforms and is accompanied by a video on YouTube that brings together the six compositions.

‘Broken Hands’

Before the release of the EP, we were already able to hear a preview with the premiere of Broken Hands, presented on November 16, and was very well received by the public. In just over fifteen days, the single has accumulated more than two million views on Spotify and has become one of the most listened to songs nationwide.

In the letter, Morad and DELLAFUENTE They narrate a bitter heartbreak that seems caused by the couple’s multiple fights and express the feelings that this situation generates in them. The Catalan and Andalusian show, once again, that the association between flamenco and the urban works again.


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