Daada Shares Moody Reggaeton Number ‘Moonlight’

A prelude to a sophomore EP landing this summer...

Daada has shared her brand new single, ‘Moonlight’.

Immersing her sound in a global influence, the German-Colombian singer-songwriter flexes bold, infectious rhythms across her latest release. Dabbling in a reggaeton production, Daada evokes a mystical energy, weaving her tones across eclectic grooves and melodies.

Daada embraces a fluid approach in her music, piecing together songs sung in English, Spanish, Swahili and German. Her sophomore EP, due this summer, came into being between Berlin, Bogota and Nairobi; the project is a medley of sounds and experiences, reflecting some of Daada’s core influences like Shakira, Nelly Furtado and Taylor Swift.

Speaking on the release, Daada shares: “‘Moonlight’ is the result of a great deal of inner turmoil rushing out of me and into a song in an hour or two last September. It is an explosion of emotions. The best thing about it is that it’s also an explosion of the different places I am from and a journey through them. It’s trilingual. On one hand it was made by two Colombians (myself and Claudio), so you will feel Reggaeton and even Cumbia vibes. At the same time you will hear an African vibe rhythmically. And of course, it was made in an apartment on Sonnenallee, one of the busiest, loudest streets of Berlin. So there’s some Berlin in it too.”

Pre-save the track here.

Photographed by: Sandra K

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