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Beso Rebelde – Neon [Review]

Beso Rebelde – Neon [Review]

Latin synth-pop songstress Beso Rebelde has just dropped her new single ‘Neon’.

For Beso Rebelde, ‘Neon’ comes from a place of intentional vulnerability. ‘It’s about struggling to let my walls down in a relationship’, she says. The song offers self guidance for Rebelde, offering herself a chance to open up to be ‘hurt, loved and to let the music take me over’.

The track is explosive from the get go, blending intricate rhythms, driving bass lines and an infectious vocal performance, making for a dance anthem ready for the club floor.

Born in San Francisco, Beso Rebelde has Mexican, Guatemalan and Spanish heritage; something that has greatly influenced her unique, dance-orientated style. Although at the start of her journey, she has her sights fully set on her future, with an EP and a tour marked in for 2020.

Inspired by the likes of Sergio Mendez, Odesza and Bebel Gilberto, her ability to breathe new life into older flavours has drawn comparisons to Kali Uchis and Bomba Estereo.

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