Argentine singer, songwriter, dancer and pedagogue Nathy Peluso has released her new single, “Emergencia.”
“Emergencia” is Nathy Peluso’s new single in collaboration with “Horizon Forbidden West”, an upcoming action role-playing video game developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
Nathy Peluso is one of the most relevant artists of the new generation. Argentina raised in Spain, barely twenty-five years old, has managed to be recognized by the public thanks to her reinterpretation of the mixture of musical genres such as hip-hop, jazz, or Latin American folklore through her prodigious voice and her ability to behave like a great diva of the 50s in the style of Nina Simone or Ella Fitzgerald, but also like the urban artist daughter of the time that she has to live generationally.
Since the release of ‘Esmeralda’, her first compilation, in 2017, but especially since the release of her anthem ‘Corashe’, she has been adding successes and repercussions, which have led her to receive awards such as Discovery Artist 2019 by the LAMC, as well as performing all over the world in prestigious festivals such as Primavera Sound, where he has shone thanks to the power of his shows, in which he combines interpretation, music and dance, a reflection of his innovative artistic personality.
In 2021, the music video for her next single “Delito”, directed by Agustín Puente, met praise from critics. The song became a top 30 hit both in Argentina and Spain and was certified Gold in the latter one. Later in March, she received critical acclaim for her performance of “La Violetera” at the 35th Goya Awards. That same month, she collaborated with Karol G on “Gato Malo”, included in the Colombian’s third studio album and sparked rumors about a possible future collaboration with J Balvin.
In May 2021, the singer embarked on her first major tour in Spain, which lasted until fall comprising 28 concerts. On July 3, 2021, Nathy Peluso announced her first solo single since the release of her debut album, titled “Mafiosa”, which peaked at 89 in Spain.
In September same year, she took part in the Spotify Singles song series in which she covered “La Despedida” by Daddy Yankee to critical acclaim. The following month, she collaborated with C. Tangana on his song “Ateo” (which became Peluso’s first number one single in Spain) and was featured on Christina Aguilera’s “Pa Mis Muchachas” alongside Becky G and Nicki Nicole.
In December, Peluso reinterprated Camilo Sesto’s “Vivir Así es Morir de Amor” to great commercial success.