The couple made up of Raquel Berrios and Luis Alfredo is one of the collaborations that can be heard on ‘A summer without you’, the fourth album by the Puerto Rican
With only 30,000 subscribers on YouTube, Buscabulla joins Bad Bunny on the reggaeton’s new album. ‘Andrea’ is the title of the song that this Puerto Rican collaboration has made. The artist released this Friday the 6th ‘A summer without you’ to the joy of his ‘fans’ who had not seen an album of his since 2020.
Although in this last year Bad Bunny has been releasing singles, such as ‘Yonaguni’, ‘De museo’ or ‘Lo sorry bb’, which have become musical successes of 2021. In addition, this did not take away the throne, since for For the second year in a row and without a record, he was once again the most listened to artist on Spotify in the world. But the singer’s fans craved and asked for his fourth album. ‘A summer without you’ is made up of 23 songs, where you can listen to reggaeton, trap, romantic themes, merengue, dembow and Latin rhythms mixed with electronic music. The most faithful woke up at 06:00 in Spain to enjoy Bad Bunny’s new work and discover new artists, such as The Marias or Buscabulla.
Raquel Berrios and Luis Alfredo del Valle make up this duo that emigrated to the United States to begin their musical career in 2014 with the release of their first self-titled EP. And from New York they tried their luck, but without forgetting their land, since they continued to perform music in Spanish. The couple moves between electro-pop, indie-pop and experimental music, also off stage, offering a different Latin sound. Raquel at the microphone and Luis on guitar released a second ‘EP II’ just before returning to Puerto Rico, in one of the island’s worst moments. When the country’s inhabitants were fleeing Hurricanes Irma and María, Buscabulla decided it was time to return.
And it wasn’t until 2020 when they released their first album, ‘Regresa’. The album with 11 songs brings together the Caribbean of his island and the alternative sound of the Big Apple, since his collaborations are born in New York. Although on the smaller stage focused on emerging groups, Buscabulla played at Coachella. Raquel’s slow voice, which blends effortlessly with the sound marked by the use of the synthesizer, is transferred to ‘Andrea’, the collaboration that puts them in the musical spotlight thanks to Bad Bunny. As a response to the first verses of the reggaeton player that talk about a girl, Buscabulla sings to freedom. “I don’t want anyone to tell me what I have to do” sings Raquel, like that Andrea who doesn’t care what they say. “Let them say whatever, I go up and down like the tide, I want someone who dares.” Thus, there is no doubt that ‘Andrea’ written by both composers for those broken hearts will make many include Buscabulla’s songs in their playlist.
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