I cannot begin to tell you the heat this song brought on me from individual circles when I circulated it. The video below is one of the best produced I have seen. The song has over 350 million views since it was released in 2020. That’s for good reason since it’s pretty darn good. Ordinarily, I don’t like to listen Rap or Hip-hop, but Nathy’s bold delivery, unique expressions and the music-video production are exemplary. This is one of the best songs I have heard released in recent years. The lyrics can be perceived as very offensive because they are. This is street-music Latina style, and it is excellent.
Nathy was born as Natalia Beatriz Dora Peluso and is an Argentinian singer (of Italian Ancestry), songwriter, dancer. Peluso worked in Spain and is distinguished for her theatrical personality onstage, and her fusion of hip hop, soul, and world music. Peluso’s popularity expanded after collaborating with Bizarrap on “Nasty Girl” as seen below. At the age of 16, she began to perform at hotels and restaurants in Torrevieja, mainly performing classic songs by Frank Sinatra or Nina Simone.
Another single which will later feature here from her is Sana Sana. What I always find so appealing of this song are Nathy’s expression, individuality and delivery. Also, the song morphs into different styles and message. It’s also funny as hell. The ending part ‘Nasty Girl‘ is one for the ages:
I’m a-, I’m a-, I’m a nasty girl, fantastic
This ass is natural or not plastic
What I touch I do bombastic
All’ that’ gile’ I chewed it…
(Loose English Translation)
I regularly come back to this song….It doesn’t surprise me Nathy has a theatrical background. She is immense on the delivery of the song; like just about nobody I have ever seen. This song is ‘so good’, and I don’t even like the genre. I feel privileged to be able to see it.
1. Nathy Peluso – wikipedia