Sila Lua forgets you "from Brazil" between reggaeton, pop and funk from Rio

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Sila Lua forgets you “from Brazil” between reggaeton, pop and funk from Rio

Little by little, Sila Lua is carving out a niche for herself in the tight national pop scene by releasing songs with an international flavor. The last step on this path is 'BRASIL', a song that, like the rest of the Galician discography, is more than it seems at first listen.

“I've gone so far, so far, so far, and I'm still thinking about you,” Sila Lua sings in the cut, which starts out as a catchy piece of electronic pop that could work on its own and ends up becoming an experimental banger. Lua tells her ex: “I forget you from Brazil,” and we are transported directly to the country that gives its name to the song, between the rhythms of Rio funk and reggaeton.

These eclectic details come from Brazilian producers Marcio Arantes and DJ Gabriel Do Borel, who worked with Rosalía on 'LA KILIÉ', and from Catalan Pau Aymí. Regarding the origin of the song, Sila Lua says that it was recorded during the making of 'ROMPE', her first album, but that it was not until “she felt that the song was ready to come to light.”

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