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Wos released the single “Melancolía”, the third and final preview of their new album

Wos released the single “Melancolía”, the third and final preview of their new album
February 23, 2024 – 2:24 p.m.

It was recorded with the collaboration of Gustavo Santaolalla and presented as the third and final preview of a new album that will be called “Descartable.”

The rapper Wos surprised last night with the premiere of “Melancholia”recorded with the collaboration of Gustavo Santaolalla and presented as the third and final preview of a new album that will be called “Disposable” and will see the light in March.

With a cross between cumbia and Andean folklore, the musician proposes a new twist within his musical palette to renew the soundscape of his social criticism and accompanies it with an official video directed by Andres Capasso (I do not sleep).

Santaolalla, the star guest, put himself at the service of the song with his ronroco – a string instrument of Bolivian origin – and, in addition, appears as one of the producers of the song along with Evlay and Fran Azorai.

What will the new Wos album be like?

Evlayproducer of this new album and the first of his generation to win the Gardel Awards as “Producer of the Year” in 2022 for Wos’ second album titled “Dark Ecstasy”anticipated in December in dialogue with the Télam agency that the approach to this third album by the rapper was guided by a new “approach to sounds.”

“We are getting into the new album. Based on the more flashy bases that I had for my album (his first solo album, ‘333’), we were looking with Valen for certain situations regarding his album. It was like the search for both It ended up being mixed and we worked until we found a new sound. Something incredible and new is coming with Wos,” he added.

The first clues of that aesthetic direction came with the first two previews, “Morpheus” and “Disposable”the first with a more stripped-down instrumentation and subtle arrangements to enhance the flight of emotion and the second with sharp guitars and synthesized arpeggios that refer to the eighties sound of artists like Billy Idol.

Source: Ambito

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