Ally Brooke Hernandez Debuts New Spanish Track “Vámonos” at Fusion Festival

Ally Brooke Hernandez is embracing her Spanish roots…

The 25-year-old Mexican American singer and former Fifth Harmony member has a new Latin-pop song called “Vámonos,” which she debuted live over the weekend at Fusion Festival in Liverpool, U.K.

Ally Brooke Hernandez

“VAMANOS FUSION FEST!!!” the Fifth Harmony singer — now focusing on her solo career– wrote on Twitter, where she posted a short video from the fest.

The footage doesn’t show the entiresong, but you can hear the lyrics of the chorus: “Vámonos, vámonos, vámonos, pero a la cama, a la cama, a la cama, no.”

Her performance to the upbeat, Spanish-language track was dance-heavy, with several backup dancers included in the choreography.

“First show tomorrow…been working hard,” the singer said on Twitter the day before her set at Fusion Fest.

No word on whether “Vámonos” will be an official single, but Brooke did recently confirm she’s signed a solo recording deal with Latium Entertainment/Atlantic Records. Since Fifth Harmony’s hiatus, she’s contributed vocals to DJ Topic‘s “Perfect” and Lost Kings‘ “Look at Us Now.”

Hernandez shared one clip of “Vamonos,” while fans at the show supplied some more on social media.

Manuel Turizo Signs with Performing Rights Organization SESAC

Manuel Turizo has new representation…

The 17-year-old Colombian urban recording artist has been signed to performing rights organization SESAC, according to a spokesperson for the organization.

 Manuel Turizo

At 16, the entertainer has released three major songs including “Vámonos“and “Baila Congo.”

The single “Una Lady Como Tú” has received more than 280 million views on YouTube since March and has been streamed over 9 million times on Spotify. The song entered Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and last week rose 46-39.

Represented in a management deal through La Industria, Inc., the deep-voiced Turizo has also worked with Nicky Jam who is represented by the same group. Both artists worked on “Una Lady Como Tú.”

“We are very excited to welcome Manuel Turizo to SESAC,” said Celeste Zendejas, creative services director, SESAC Latina. “At his young age he has already proved to be a very talented singer-songwriter, trendsetting a new wave in urban music. Down-to-earth and authentic, Manuel is the urban artist whose fresh, acoustic-framed style is winning over people of all ages.”

“Uma Lady Como Tú” reached the No. 1 spot on Spotify’s streaming charts in Mexico, Colombia, Guatemala and Paraguay. In Spain, Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru El Salvador and Nicaragua, the song reached the Top 5 in addition to having received more than 45 million views on artist Valentino‘s song “Bésame.”