The well-known artist La Doña shared a bunch of songs last time when she was just about to become famous all around the county. Her EP called “AlgoNuevo” in 2020 introduced her unique and enchanting mix of cumbia, reggaetón, and R&B to more people. She was planning to go on a big tour with her band, but it got canceled because of the pandemic.
Her new song, which came out last week, “Paloma No Vuelve Amar,” continues the style of “AlgoNuevo.” The song catches your attention with a sound that’s pleasing and welcoming and also confident and strong.
Interestingly, since the song “Penas Con Pan” was added to the widely listened-to summer playlist of former President Barack Obama, the song suddenly became very popular.
La Doña and her creative team
While talking about La Doña and her creative team, let’s not forget to extend a big congratulation to the artist Lauren D’Amato. The artist belongs to a family of sign painters and is an artist herself.
She was recently nominated by the prestigious Headlands Center for the Arts to receive the 2023-24 Tournesol Award. This award recognizes the rising painter from Bay Area and seeks to help them establish and sustain their artistic career in the region.
Mission Local wrote about her performance alone at House of Seiko in March, and you can see her performing in the captivating video for La Doña’s catch song “Dembow y Sexo (Visualizer).”
La Doña’s initial music journey
On Youtube, La Doña’s initial music videos gained hundreds of thousands of views, forming a promising base of fans that went beyond just her local appeal.
However, when she released her Algo Nuevo EP on March 12, 2020, things changed its course shortly after California declared a State of Emergency because of the COVID-19 pandemic. At that point, the outlook became obvious to everyone. She could not go on tour or keep building on the momentum she had been steadily building.
After the pandemic slowed down, La Doña’ chose not to succumb to negative thoughts and energy. Instead, she made a firm decision to endure her musical journey and create a positive influence on society. She expressed, “When nothing is static, it’s a task to make everything consistent and cohesive.”
Some people might view La Doña as unconventional, but she’s well-known in the Bay Area’s community that drives creative and political transformation. She identifies as an anti-racist, feminist abolitionist.
Her upbringing is believed to be a result of a “culmination of love.” To Rolling Stone, in her own words, she explains that Bay Area has shaped her, giving her a deep comprehension of herself and her community and strong moral guidance that directs her towards actions that benefit her people and guides her on the right path.
La Doña’s post pandemic situation
After the pandemic, the music industry started getting busy again. La Doña joined a music company and a team to help manage her. But later, they went their separate ways. She realized she did not want to become a popular celebrity or a sexy icon in a certain type of music.
La Doña had different aims. She wanted that her music bring about positive change. Her approach to perceiving music is special because she combines different generations, like changing words in old songs and playing her own songs in traditional styles.
She can play music that older people would recognize and then change it into sounds she can use for a lively party.
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