After the release of his single “You can’t erase me”, her first single in reggaeton rhythm that confirms her versatility when it comes to continuing to search for her path in urban music, the national singer Janice released his third album Inside, which was produced by the talented Young Rbxl, Deep Nao and LZN.
This new production with seven songs composed by the same interpreter, which merges the trap and R&B genres, was made during the COVID-19 pandemic and narrates the different situations of a romance. In addition, it reflects a very personal side for the singer that is demonstrated in her lyrics.
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Janice seeks to try other musical genres
JaniceInspired by musical styles such as trap, r & b and dancehall, he considers that being pigeonholed into a single genre is not his option, which is why he has explored the urban rhythm since he decided to join it. “Although this is my first reggaeton, I think the key is to evolve, keep looking and make the movement strengthen the music industry in Peru”.
Janice to present Inside in a live show
Inside It will be presented live next Thursday, December 30 in Selina de Miraflores. This album closes the artistic year of Janice After several months of intense work and releases during the pandemic, which managed to cement her proposal on digital platforms and social networks, where the artist has several thousand followers.
Janice on her foray into reggaeton
“Some time ago I was starting to listen to other types of music and from there I started to cheer up. First I did a little bit of Dance Hall, other similar rhythms, then I said to make a reggaeton and it came out ‘Can’t erase me’. I have more music of this genre, they are going to come next year, but as this is the first, we wanted to do something very nice, “he told this outlet.