“Starz in the making”
The stylish Argentinian singer with a huge social media following embraces traditional Latin sounds, trap and R&B
Nathy Peluso performed at the 2020 Latin GRAMMY’s. On stage, the Argentine artist is a jolt of energy—her looks, dance moves, body movements and style are truly unique. People are going to fall in love with her.
Nathy has built a very significant following on social media, due to the videos she posts of herself doing sexy-weird, eye catching things that all syncs into the rhythm, talent and charisma she possess. She has a sort of 90s aesthetic with modern day vibes, all in one dynamic package.
Calambre, Peluso’s forthcoming debut album, owes as much to traditional Argentinian music as it does to contemporary trap and R&B.
The track Buenos Aires was recorded with the backing band of rock icon Luis Alberto Spinetta, while her latest single, Sana Sana, references another Latin American legend. “Argentine like Mercedes Sosa,” raps Peluso, “You know that I’m a dangerous woman”. Bring it on…
Peluso’s Unique Style:
“Mixing genres in the digital era? Now that’s something truly groundbreaking.” But when Nathy Peluso dives into it, it’s not just a buzzword – it’s a musical revolution. Hailing from Argentina, she’s a sensation who effortlessly reshapes bachata, salsa, pop, R&B, and trap, pushing their boundaries to craft sultry, dreamy hits. After winning the hearts of Spain, she’s set to conquer the world, with New York City as her first battleground.
Peluso’s penchant for pushing boundaries stems from a rich tapestry of influences – the diverse artists she grew up listening to, the various places she called home, and the myriad cultures she absorbed along the way. Raised in Argentina, her family’s move to Spain marked a pivotal chapter in her life. During her teenage years, you could find her posting covers of classics by Sinatra, Etta James, Nina Simone, and other musical icons on YouTube.