Felitche Crosses Barriers By Mixing Languages With Release Of “Vamo A Toa”
Today’s music is constantly evolving crossing cultures and genres. Like never before, this has been a recurring theme and Felitche has continued the trend with the release of “Vamo A Toa”. With the mix of English and Portuguese lyrics, Felitche is able to break into new markets.
The song is a modern genre of club and house-infused Latin influences. The track starts off with steady drums paired with Portuguese vocals that would draw any listener in. Once the beat drops, the vocals stop and the drums and melodies take over. Shortly after, the vocals come back in English as the listener comes down from the drop.
With the mix in languages and changes in dynamics, Felitche provides music to his American audience as well as his fans in Latin America. Perfectly blending the two styles, Felitche is in a sweet spot to win in today’s cross-genre industry.
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