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Brooklyn-based Miranda del Sol is a bilingual singer-songwriter with a habit of lyrically oversharing. Raised in Miami, FL, the Cuban-Argetinian American pulls as much from the aesthetics of early 2000's Latin Pop, as she does from the alternative pop and R&B she grew up on. A fluid hybridity of cultural complexity, her music reads like the intersection of flowery lyricism a la Alejandro Sanz, set over a groove-heavy Timbaland inspired beat.


With her first few singles alone, she built an expansive Tik Tok audience that organically landed her features in Glamour and Spotify editorial playlists like New Music Friday Latin & Mixto – alongside The Marias and Kali Uchis. Since, she has opened for artists like Carla Morrison and Dana Williams, while sharing bills with fellow rising acts like Andrea Bejar and Selines. Her anticipated debut EP is set to release in spring of 2024 via Cosmica Artists.

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