Miami, FL (September 20, 2011) – At times a modern princess, at times a “moskita muerta” (someone who plays innocent), Beatriz Luengo commands the art of composition and interpretation in a very unique and personal way in her new album, Bela y sus moskitas muertas, one of the most promising music offerings of the year, that is scheduled to hit stores and digital distributors today, September 20th.
An original and unclassifiable collection, due to its interesting blend of rhythms and styles, Bela y sus moskitas muertas features 12 songs, the majority written by this gifted Spanish artist, that range from the enduring theme of love, to social commentaries on female roles. Various forms of reggae, ska, latin funk, rock and pop can be identified throughout the record, making it very difficult to classify her under any particular genre, hence demonstrating Beatriz Luengo’s remarkable creativity and talent.
"Beatriz Luengo’s album is a beauty. What an honor it is to be part of such a production. It is the perfect soundtrack ...” commented Jesus Navarro, vocalist for the group, Reik, on his Twitter. Jesus sang the duet “Ley de Newton” with Beatriz for this album, being one of various renown artists that contributed to this album, along with Ziggy Marley and Yotuel, former member of the group Orishas, as well as the album’s producer. The record also includes “Alguien” the only authorized Spanish version of the Kings of Leon’s hit song, “Use Somebody.”
The track, “Como Tú No Hay 2” has already been released as the first promotional single from this album, and its video has already reached 2 million views on YouTube.
Bela y sus moskitas muertas, her first US and Latin America album marks only the beginning of success for the multifaceted and talented Beatriz Luengo.
Get to know Bela y sus moskitas muertas as soon as possible and find out why Beatriz Luengo is the new revelation and pride of Sony Music Latin.