Paula Cendejas is making a counter-attack…
The Spanish pop singer, considered one of Spain’s most promising acts, has released her new EP Contragolpe.
Cendejas, who gained attention through her covers on social media, has lately collaborated with Latin music’s edgiest stars including C.Tangana, Piso 21, Feid and Jesse Baéz, to name a few.
Her musical proposal and crisp vocals shine on the new EP, which is home to seven gems including sultry R&B fusions (“803”), flamenco undertones (“Nada Lo Cambia”), futuristic boleros (“Diferente”) and more.
A standout track is focus single “Nosotras,” a pop-reggaeton meshed with mesmerizing acoustic guitars.
Contragolpe, according to Cendejas, was born after discovering herself during the pandemic.
“It’s a rebellion,” she expressed in a statement. “All last year and part of this one I was in an internal struggle with myself, looking for help to feel better. All the bad things that I had inside I brought out in the form of a song.”