This Colombian Singer Has Officially Dropped Her First Spanish-Language Original Song

“Tienes perras en todos lados .”

Kali Uchis has never shied away from dropping bits of Spanish into her songs. She has even covered Spanish-language songs like “Sabor A Mi” (which is pretty good, btw). But until now, she has never released an original song in Spanish. Luckily, the Colombian-born singer is giving her Latino fans more of that Spanish sabor that they love. Uchis took her song “Tyrant” featuring Jorja Smith and rebooted it into a Spanish-language song with the help of Dominican singer and songwriter Fuego. Somehow, the exact same song sounds so much more sultry and sexy when the lyrics are translated to Español. It is almost like it was supposed to be in Spanish but we just weren’t ready… until now. Check it out.

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Helado Negro's 'Come Be Me' Brings Super Chill Summer Vibes


Helado Negro’s ‘Come Be Me’ Brings Super Chill Summer Vibes


A new Helado Negro track is finally here!


The Brooklyn-based indie producer released “Come Be Me” last week as part of the Adult Swim singles series.

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This year, cable TV network Adult Swim partnered with 52 different acts to release one free song a week. It’s the first bit of new music from the Florida native since his 2016 breakthrough album, “Private Energy,” which featured the anthemic single “Young, Latin and Proud.”

We love everything about this electro-chill track! And, hopefully, this release is an indication that more new music is on its way.

Helado Negro also recently performed on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert, and there were no synths or drum machines to be found:

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The versatility of his songs was on full display.

Helado Negro, aka Roberto Carlos Lange, is currently on tour. Check out some of his U.S. tour dates below:

July 27 – New York, NY @ Nosotros Fest – Lincoln Center

August 17 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent Theater

August 20 – Durkee, OR @ Atlas Obscura Solar Eclipse

August 31 – New York, NY @ MOMA

September 15 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater

September 16 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE

September 17 – Detroit, MI @ The Crofoot Ballroom

September 19-20 – Columbus, OH @ Express Live!

September 20 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

September 22 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium

September 29 – Asheville, NC @ ExploreAsheville.com Arena

September 30 – Pittsboro, NC @ Shakori Hills

READ: From Punk To Reggaeton, Here Are 12 Acts To Keep You Eye On In 2017

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