On her brand-new nu-disco tune “Introverted Extrovert” Laura Brizuela is going through a struggle with herself
Laura Brizuela, a German-Paraguayan singer, previously sang about the most difficult time in her marriage on her pop-R&B hit “As The Moon (Weightless),” and on his nu-disco tune “Introverted Extrovert,” which will be released on June 30 on
the difficulties of discovering one’s true identity in the Embassy of Music. Laura showcases her seductive vocals and clever songwriting, blending modern and traditional elements. She seamlessly switches registers and draws influence from shimmering synths reminiscent of Goldfrapp, while infusing lively bass lines reminiscent of Kylie.
Born to Paraguayan parents, Laura Brizuela grew up in Lemgo, Bielefeld. At the age of 8, she decided to play Marie and perform a solo in a Christmas musical.
Brizuela had a revelation while performing in front of 2,000 spectators: “I was born for this!” Surrounded by music during her teenage years, in 2019, she made the decision to focus on her singing and songwriting after soul-searching at a Bible college in California. Two years later, Brizuela released the EP Sanguine, following her encounter with producer and husband Mateo Diaz. Since then, she has consistently released new albums, earning global acclaim for her innovative sound.
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Furthermore, the seamless fusion of an addictive beat and recognizable melodies creates a catchy hook that will make listeners tap their feet and sing along. Consequently, Brizuela solidifies her status as a rising star, and “Introverted Extrovert” emerges as a captivating and remarkable addition to the pop music landscape. The songs’ entrancing melodies and upbeat speed will have you tapping your feet and singing along. “Introverted Extrovert” announces Brizuela’s rise to fame and is a welcome addition to the mainstream music scene.
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