Nathy Peluso is flexing her musical muscle…
Days after being nominated for two Latin Grammys, including best new artist, the 25-year-old Argentine singer-songwriter has released her sophomore studio album Calambre.
Featuring 12 tracks, including the Latin Grammy nominated-“Buenos Aires,” Calambre was produced by Rafa Arcaute, Illmind, Fede Vindver, among other world-class producers.
It’s box full of surprises, all showcasing Peluso’s vocal and rhythmic versatility.
Primarily known for her hip-hop-meets-neo-soul vibe, the rising Argentine artist experiments with perreo fusions as heard in “Amor Salvaje,” old-school 90’s rap as heard in “Sugga,” infectious salsa beats as heard in “Puro Veneno,” and a heartfelt hip-hop-tango blend as heard in the closing track “Agarrate.”
The bilingual Calambre, is described as “seductive, fierce, and unapologetic” by Billboard.