Urban power comes to Benidorm Fest 2024: these are the artists who will fight to go to Eurovision

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The countdown has already begun! He Benidorm Fest 2024 has already opened its doors to announce who are the 16 artists who will embark on this new adventure in search of a direct pass to the Malmö Arena in Sweden. As usual, the representative of Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest and, therefore, the person who will take over from Blanca Paloma, will be chosen after making it clear on stage that that ticket is his.

This year, in addition to all the news that this edition will bring us, the surprise has also come with some of the participants and with the songs they have brought us. And, of the 16 candidates who will travel to the Benidorm Fest in the coming months, some of them They have opted for the urban genre as their proposal to go to the Song Festival.

Of course, 2024 is coming with a bang and even more so in the music industry. Next, it is time to meet the five voices that will fight for that trip to Sweden and that dream of putting urban power at the top of the Eurovision ranking:

Almacor

AlmĂĄcor at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

From Alicante and willing to prove that the direct trip to Malmö Arena in Sweden is his, he is Almacor. At 26 years old, the artist has made it clear that the comfort zone is not a place for him, and if anyone has doubts about this, all they have to do is put on their headphones and listen to his music: from trap, reggaeton to rhythms. Latinos. He fell in love with Benidorm Fest and wanted with all his might to bring his urban genre to the stage.

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Lyric

Lyrics at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

Lyrics at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

The duo formed by Tony Mateo and Juan Carlos Arauzo is one of the most listened to in Spain. The people from Cadiz have songs with Abraham Mateo, Nil Moliner, Belinda and even La La Love You, but they have also composed songs for different artists. Flamenkito, Calm down either We’re not that crazyare some of the songs that are part of LĂ©rica’s musical career.

Dellacruz

Dellacruz at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

Dellacruz at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

The versatility of Dellacruz It is what stands out most in his musical career. He is capable of adapting to any genre, although he always knows how to provide the fresh and striking sounds that every song needs. His first album arrived this 2023 under the name a million crazy thingsbut previously he had already been part of compositions by great artists such as Sergio Dalma, Bombai, Dvicio and Tatiana Delalvz, among others.

St. Peter

st.  Pedro at the presentation of Benidorm Fest 2024

st. Pedro at the presentation of Benidorm Fest 2024

We met him in The voice when he conquered Juanes with his voice. She arrived from the Canary Islands and managed to sneak into the final, although it was Rebeca LeĂłn, RosalĂ­a’s representative, who suggested that she not win. St. Peter He considers that his music belongs to R&B, a style within pop that allows him to blend into the urban moment that music is experiencing today. Now he arrives from Miami ready to conquer the Benidorm Fest.

Sofia Coll

SofĂ­a Coll at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

SofĂ­a Coll at the presentation of the Benidorm Fest 2024

We met SofĂ­a Colls during her time on the stage of The voice Kids and, later, by the program Euphoriawhere he surprised us with his versions ranging from Rigoberta Bandini to High School Musical. Now the Catalan lands at the Benidorm Fest 2024 to conquer us all with her particular genre and show us that she deserves to be the representative of Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest.

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