His definition of “timeless folkloric music” couldn’t be more accurate. Dellafuente hooks the flamenco style from Granada −where he was born−, with big influences of reggaeton hits, hip hop and of course, contemporary trap. The result is the perfect soundtrack for the urban culture in Spain with his viral hits like Guerrera o Me Pelea.

In his two records so far and his long list of singles −including Ya No Te Veo with Novedades Carminha−, Pablo “el Chino” sings to the neighborhood where he was raised and builds social complaint from his lyrics. A multicultural sound that runs away from genres and tags while using as many references as artists can say Dellafuente is one for them.