BAD GYAL

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Even veteran players in the music industry admit that there’s no artist quite like Bad Gyal in the modern world of entertainment. Discovered in Catalonia, she’s been behind some of the hottest hits to come out of Spain’s urban music scene, including “Fiebre” and “Jacaranda,” followed most recently by “Santa Maria,” “Hookah,” “Alocao,” and “Zorra.” Though she may be a newcomer to the global stage, she’s already achieved more than many stars with double her tenure; she’s released two globally acclaimed mixtapes, Slow Wine and Worldwide Angel, and has worked with some of the industry’s top producers, including Scott Storch, Supa Dups, Dubbel Dutch, Jam City, El Guincho and more. Add to all that successful tours in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the U.S.

 

But her hit records aren’t the only thing that’s earned Bad Gyal a global reputation as one of the hottest stars to watch right now (though plenty of critics have said her sound is shaping the future of music) — Pitchfork, The Fader, Fact Mag, and The Guardian have also raved about Bad Gyal’s indomitable persona, her electrifying stage presence, and her unorthodox (and unforgettable) style.  

Even veteran players in the music industry admit that there’s no artist quite like Bad Gyal in the modern world of entertainment. Discovered in Catalonia, she’s been behind some of the hottest hits to come out of Spain’s urban music scene, including “Fiebre” and “Jacaranda,” followed most recently by “Santa Maria,” “Hookah,” “Alocao,” and “Zorra.” Though she may be a newcomer to the global stage, she’s already achieved more than many stars with double her tenure; she’s released two globally acclaimed mixtapes, Slow Wine and Worldwide Angel, and has worked with some of the industry’s top producers, including Scott Storch, Supa Dups, Dubbel Dutch, Jam City, El Guincho and more. Add to all that successful tours in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the U.S.

 

But her hit records aren’t the only thing that’s earned Bad Gyal a global reputation as one of the hottest stars to watch right now (though plenty of critics have said her sound is shaping the future of music) — Pitchfork, The Fader, Fact Mag, and The Guardian have also raved about Bad Gyal’s indomitable persona, her electrifying stage presence, and her unorthodox (and unforgettable) style.