Featherweight claims his success is due to his authenticity

Mexico, June 26 (Notistarz).- The Mexican singer Peso Pluma affirmed that part of his success is due to his authenticity, and proof of this is having positioned himself as the most listened to artist globally on Spotify, having been the first singer of regional Mexican musician to appear on the Kimmy Fallon show and sing a “Session” next to Bizarrap.

“All the places I grew up influence my music, of course, and the way I dress, sing and act. I think that it is the authenticity that there is that people find very special, and I think that is what the public likes the most, ”she said in an interview with Apple Music.

The singer, whose first name is Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija, was born in 1999 in the municipality of Zapopan, in Jalisco, Mexico, his paternal family being of Lebanese descent, although his music paved the way for him to become an internationally known singer.

“I think we are living in a golden age where many young talents are starting to climb in this industry. I am very happy that I am not the only young man who is already having all this success; I am very happy for all those urban Latin music artists who are putting their flags and our Hispanic music on top of the world”, he added.

“Ella baila sola”, “Por las noches (Remix)”, “PRC”, “La bebé”, “Chanel” and “Session #55” with Bizarrap, are some of the successes he has had globally and with some of which have already broken streaming records.

“It is only the beginning of this new era, not only in the music industry for us as a group, as a band, but for the entire industry, for the entire Mexican industry. The whole record is fire.”

In addition, he has already achieved an extensive tour of the United States: “It has been incredible, amazing so far. Tickets are sold out in every city, we are so excited to have the whole country on tour […] I think everything is getting very crazy. It’s becoming global that wherever I go, tickets are sold out, thank God.”


Photo: Instagram Featherweight

Source link

Previous Story

50 years after the coup d’état: What the dictatorship left among the Uruguayans

Next Story

Jinotega parishioners declare themselves “hurt with religious collaborators” of the dictatorship

Latest from Panama