It’s been a little over a year since Sofia Martin entered our lives like a hurricane as one of the contestants of the Benidorm Fest 2023. She and her tuki They conquered the stage of the Alicante city at the beginning of the year and, despite being left out of the final, the showcase of the contest highlighted their work as a composer, singer and producer for the general public, who otherwise would not have known their project. .
Throughout 2023 we witnessed a good handful of singles that arrived to liven up news Fridays (Desire, BreakAlmost something -hand in hand with Meler and Neva-, Berlin, Paparazzi and Fuck I Like You – with Hey Oli – they conquered us with the rhythm of electronica and hyper-pop) and this 2024 seems to be starting off strong for the artist.
And in the last few days has conquered TikTok and X with his electronic version of one of David Cibera’s great classics: Let them stop her. Sofía Martín thus joins the fever of singles and covers of songs from the early 2000s that have been one of the main trends in the music industry for the last two years.
Artists like Dani Sabater, Aitana, Vicco, Abraham Mateo, María Escarmiento and Rakky Ripper have already made some classics from the eighties, nineties and two thousand their own. Now, Sofía Martín contributes her grain of sand with this great song with which she seeks to break the dance floors.
With videos on TikTok that exceed 50,000 and 100,000 viewsas well as the hundreds of comments that accumulate on his profile (where even DJs appear who want the studio version of the song to include in their sessions), The public sends a clear message: they want to have the song on their playlists.
However, whether the song reaches the platforms is more in the hands of the public than we might expect. As an independent artist Sofía Martín has taken advantage of this viral moment to ask for the support of her fans: if she gets enough movement on social mediais likely to become their next single, although everything remains to be seen.
The original, of course, It became a hit in David Cibera’s career. More than 150,000 copies of the single sold, the top hit charts in Spain and Latin America and a tour with more than 180 dates accompanied the singer and his anthem more than two decades ago. Will this electronic version also become a success?