Brazilian artist Nina Joory releases Spanish-language single
"Otra Noche Contigo" is a ballad that fuses urban Latin genres and Afrobeat rhythms.
MORE IN THIS SECTION
In a recent press release, Nina Joory called the lyrics of her new Spanish song, "Otra Noche Contigo" "reminiscent of a romantic connection between two people in which, no matter the time that has passed or the distance, the desire to reconnect remains."
The song is a fresh and new approach to Latin pop.
That's on brand for an artist who also recently said that authenticity and being yourself is "the best you can offer as an artist."
"My authenticity is also the exploration of the whole sound universe, where the Spanish language is so relevant and universal," said the Brazilian-Swiss singer.
Her first Spanish single, "Otra Noche Contigo," was written and produced by Kuinvi, who was lead producer of Becky G's most recent album Esquemas. Joory and Kuinvi met as students at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, where they forged a friendship and began their musical connection.
Nina has already developed within the U.S. music market and Brazil, and now she's out to make a splash in the Latin music market to expand her career through a third language. She learned to speak Spanish through her friends and collaborators in the industry.
Her songs fuse several languages such as English, Spanish and Portuguese, urban and Brazilian Latin genres, and incorporates her musical influences, such as The Weeknd and BANKS. The sincerity of her lyrics, the lightness of the melody and the energetic, yet subtle and delicate instrumentation make "Otra Noche Contigo" the perfect debut of Joory's new stage in her artistic career.
Recently, Nina composed and performed songs for the series The Young and the Restless, the number one daytime drama show on CBS.