restinga presents “don’t be like that”

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The Spanish-Moroccan artist offers a bold fusion of electric pop with alternative touches.

In the vibrant music scene, the talented Spanish-Moroccan artist, restingawhose real name is Herminia Loh Morenosurprises us with his latest creation titled “do not be like that”. With a style that has evolved since its debut انا و ياك Just a few months ago, Restinga continues to challenge the boundaries of contemporary fusion.

The artist, with roots in Tetouan and residence in Seville, shows the versatility that she likes as the song ranges from the most fragile pop to more intense rhythms.

The lyrics, music, production and mixing are a testament to the multi-faceted talent of restinga. The song is a musical journey that reflects his Spanish-Moroccan heritage, creating a fresh and interesting listening experience.

The collaboration with José María Arteaga (Kopi) In mastering it adds a final touch that highlights the quality of the work. The song is not only a delight to the ears, but also reveals total mastery on the part of restinga in all facets of his musical creation.

In the midst of this musical amalgam, the evocative lyrics of “do not be like that”with verses like “I’m already lazy when you tell me you’ll be back,” that encapsulate the emotional complexity that the artist transmits.

From melancholic tones to moments of euphoria, restinga immerses us in a journey that will resonate in the hearts of listeners.


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