NATTI NATASHA SEDUCED BY URBAN DANCE RHYTHMS ON “NOCHES EN MIAMI”

The new single will be part of Natti’s upcoming sophomore album, which includes the No. 1 HITs “Antes Que Salga el Sol” and “Ram Pam Pam “Noches en Miami” was produced and written by one of the industry’s most respected songwriters and GRAMMY award winner, Edgar Barrera Stream “Noches en Miami” 

The new single will be part of Natti’s upcoming sophomore album, which includes the No. 1 HITs “Antes Que Salga el Sol” and “Ram Pam Pam

“Noches en Miami” was produced and written by one of the industry’s most respected songwriters and GRAMMY award winner, Edgar Barrera.

Miami, FL.- Two weeks after making a worldwide TV premiere of her single “Philliecito”alongside Nio García and Brray to an audience of 5.3 million viewers on Premios Juventud, Natti Natasha is ready to once again shift her career into high gear.

Dominican global artist Natti Natasha released a new solo single “Noches en Miami” (Nights in Miami), characterized by its picturesque and explosive rhythm known as Urban Dance.

Featuring a masterful production and songwriting by the GRAMMY Award winning songwriter and producer Edgar Barrera, the new single will become the Dominican star’s next global HIT and will set the stage for the release of her eagerly-awaited second album set for release early this fall.

Released under the Sony Music Latin / Pina Records, the single was composed by Edgar Barrera, Natti Natasha, Raphy Pina, Andrés Mauricio Costas and Santiago Munera Penagos, and was produced by Edgar Barrera alongside Golden Mindz (AEME & Dark Lion). “Noches en Miami” will be part of Natti’s sophomore album which will feature the No.1 global hits “Antes Que Salga el Sol” and “Ram Pam Pam”, as well as the women empowerment track “Las Nenas” and “Philliecito”.

“Noches en Miami” is the first solo track Natti Natasha has released since the beginning of the year, where she fuses into her sound for the first time ever dancehall with urban rhythms.

Additionally, through the lyrics Natti emphasizes the importance of personal healing regardless of how hard things get, “deep down we always know what we must do for our well-being and, in this case, it’s forgetting and moving forward with our life,” expresses Natasha. “While the lyrics of the song tell a story of spite, the rhythm invites us to dance. Hence, that’s the message behind the track: you can’t live in the past, we might go through a couple of hardships, but life goes on so it’s time to dance,” she concluded.

Recently, Natti Natasha achieved another milestone in her career conquering Latin radio in the United States, Puerto Rico and México with her hit “Ram Pam Pam ” alongside Becky G, making it her eighth No. 1 on the Latin Airplay Chart and Billboard’s Latin Rhythm Airplay Chart. Additionally, the hit has been Platinum Certified in the United States, and Perú and Gold Certified in Spain. As one of the most anticipated musical reunions of 2021, this second collaboration between Natti and Becky G is on Spotify’s Global Charts in 19 countries and has surpassed 110 million streams and 280 million views on YouTube.

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