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Nathy Peluso @ 9:10pm Sonora tent / Sun April 24 Coachella weekend #2

Nathy Peluso (@NathyPeluso) will make her US debut at Coachella. The Argentine singer, songwriter and rapper dominated the Latin Grammys as one of the most nominated. The 2022 Grammy-nominated powerhouse will perform a sold-out headline show at El Rey in LA on April 21st as well if you can make it. Latest re-inventive single, “Emergencia”: https://nathypelusoes.lnk.to/EMERGENCIA + press release: [here].
 
Coachella week #1 highlights:
Rolling Stone’s Coachella 2022: The 24 Best Things We Saw
Billboard’s “Coachella 2022 Day Two Best Moments
Nathy Peluso aims to provoke. The 6x Latin Grammy nominee’s continued artistic development and genre-versatility further proves her status as a leading artist in the international music scene. The Argentine songwriter, singer, alternative talent and rapper triumphed at the Latin GRAMMYs this year, winning the ‘Best Alternative Album’ award for her 145 Million streamed debut album, ‘Calambre,’ which she celebrated subsequently with her first GRAMMY nomination for ‘Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album,” affirming her status as an artist who pushes boundaries, accumulates success. Merit lies in the work — across her recent collaboration with C. Tangana, ‘Ateo,’ which aroused the Archbishop; her bossed-up female empowerment anthem ‘MAFIOSA’ encouraging women to flip the male gaze, accruing the most viral BZRP Session, #36; and her accumulation of fans across the globe, including a number of trailblazing contemporaries including the likes of Cardi B, Megan the Stallion and J Balvin. Her latest, a bold directorial debut and ode to Camilo Sesto’s unforgettable 1978 hit, ‘VIVIR ASÍ ES MORIR DE AMOR‘, showcases a cinematic, psychedelic, technicolor battle sequence in an official visual. On her bold debut album ‘Calambre,’ Nathy Peluso explores sharp hip hop, sleek retro R&B, even a modern take on old-school salsa. Nathy Peluso thrives at creating characters and easily code switching between styles, genres and languages. Visceral and vulnerable, sexy yet nonconforming, onstage and online. Nathy’s passion and unique sensibilities are charming fans all over the world. Fan-favorite “Delito” has accumulated over 85 million streams (reaching 19 Million more views on Cardi B‘s Instagram). Peluso released an official live performance on Stephen Colbert’s #PlayAtHome series. Also watch Nathy perform a personal R&B jam “Buenos Aires,” as part of the SXSW 2021 virtual conference. ‘Calambre’ was profiled in The New York Times. The Guardian spotlighted her as “One To Watch”: “Argentinian singer with a huge social media following embraces traditional Latin sounds, rap and R&B.” The FADER wrote, “The album is full of bright spots… ‘Sugga’ has horn arrangements by longtime Prince collaborator Michael B. Nelson, and ‘Llamame’ is totally smoothed-out.” CLASH said “Nathy Peluso Is Unstoppable. Meet the Latin pop revolutionary walking her own path…” 
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