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First Stream Latin: New Music from Nathy Peluso, Camilo & More

Camilo, “Ropa Cara” (Sony Music Latin)

Camilo is keeping it real in “Ropa Cara,” a pop track that thrives off of its tropical vibe. Penned and produced by the Colombian artist and Edgar Barrera, the track finds Camilo reminiscing on past relationships and the lengths he’d go to please his significant other. “Now she wants me to wear expensive clothes Balenciaga, Gucci, Prada … but I don’t have any of that,” Camilo confesses. “The story occurred at a time in my life when I tried to alter who I was for love,” Camilo said about the song. “I have been very open about my present and what I’m living today, and I felt like it was time to share a little bit more about my past.” “Cara Ropa” is the third single from Camilo’s forthcoming sophomore album.

Flor de Rap & Denise Rosenthal, “Bailalo Mujer” (La Oreja)

Hailing from Santiago, Flor de Rap and Denise Rosenthal have joined forces to put the fresh wave of Chilean artists on the map. “From Chile to the world,” kicks off rapper Flor in the video before introducing their collaboration “Bailalo Mujer.” The danceable pop-urban track is the ultimate girl gang, women empowerment anthem for 2021. It talks about lifting, supporting and rooting for each other.  “In our philosophy, we’re all equal/ And with respect we build realities/ We don’t believe in monarchies, that’s why we’re all queens here,” sings Rosenthal. Two minutes into the track, Flor flaunts her slick rapping. Both Chilean stars are featured in the vibrant, playful music video.


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