Since her early beginnings, Karol G has been on an upward trajectory, and he or she will not be able to cease but. The queen of Reggaeton presents her new single SEJODIOTO.
When Carolina Giraldo, aka Karol G, picks up the cellphone, the very first thing she tells us is that she’s chilly. She’s simply landed in New York after spending every week in Miami the place she carried out throughout the Billboard Latin Music Week. The Colombian singer carved her method into the male-dominated world of Reggaeton and, for greater than 15 years, has been climbing to the highest of the music charts. After her hit tune Tusa – that includes Nicky Minaj – took the world by storm, she returns to the stage with a contemporary look and a model new tune.
Congratulations in your two Billboard awards. How do you’re feeling?
It was a extremely particular week. I’m tremendous proud of my efficiency after which receiving these awards was simply unimaginable. Finest Feminine Artist and Finest Feminine Album, these had been the 2 that I received. The one for the album means a lot to me as a result of I attempted my hardest to make it good and to my liking.
Along with your efficiency, you introduced your new single SEJODIOTO. Inform us extra in regards to the tune and the which means behind it.
It got here from doing Tusa, Ay, DiOs Mío!, Bichota. I wished to have a tune the place once more girls would hear it and really feel empowered, flirtatious, fairly, horny, ‘mamacitas’, so I got here again with SEJODIOTO! It’s a tune that tells the story of a single woman and, now that she’s single, she’s going to take pleasure in that to the utmost.
The Bichota Tour is at the moment ongoing.
This digital cowl + editorial from Schön! 41 has been produced by
pictures. Allegra Messina
inventive route + vogue. Aisha Rae
expertise. Karol G
hair. Sean Christopher Fears utilizing A-ListTresses
make up. Rob Scheppy @ The Only Agency utilizing Rokael Beauty Lashes, Pat McGrath Labs + Fenty Beauty
vogue assistants. Tashe Pollard, Serena Wentzel + Angel Cross
interview. Mehdi Bensalah