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“Peligrosa” is the new single from colombian uprising singer and author Martina La Peligrosa, after his first debut album “Alma Mía” released in 2017. The track was already released in 2013 and features now the collaboration of Dominican beauty Jenn Morel, strong of her hit “Pónteme” and the latest “Licky” with Claydee, australian based producers Kronic & Krunk!, the first one with the production “Bend Ova” for Lil Jon and Tyga, while the second one released his music on Spinnin’ Records, Revealed Recordings and more with a collaboration with Timmy Trumpet and the support of Will Sparks, Joel Fletcher, Reece Low and from all the electro house international scene. The third artist behind “Peligrosa” is american dj & producer Obi Tawil, aka Damaged Goods.

This new single presents a spanish sung alternated between Martina La Peligrosa and Jenn Morel, with a dance/electro dance structure created by the producers and the "Y Lo Muevo Asì So Dangerous" theme that is really difficult not to remember!

With 1.5million followers on Instagram half million on Facebook, 31y beauty Martina La Peligrosa is among the uprising artists from Colombia, fusing rock and folk in a very innovative way with great presence onstage and original voice. In fact, she was nominated for the first time at 18th Latin Grammy Awards 2017 in Las Vegas as “Best New Artist” and she also won "Mejor Shock Presenta" and "Mejor Agrupación Pura Sabrosura" awards!

Her talent has emerged from El Carito, a small town in Colombia's Córdoba Department and in her short but already fruitful career, ignited by a remarkable fusion of champeta, bullerengue, and other Caribbean genres with pop and rock music, Martina proved to be one of the most interesting and appealing artists of her generation. Besides this, she is also a beauty videoblogger with his website “Ponte Linda”.