Ever since her cover of Rihanna’s ‘Work’ became a viral phenomenon in Spain a year ago, Bad Gyal’s career has been leaving a flashing trail upwards. During said year she’s been dropping some of the dopest songs in the Hispanic urban scene worldwide, like ‘Indapanden’ -accumu- lating more than 2 million views on YouTube her first mixtape ‘Slow Wine’ followed, earning her a place as the first modern dancehall artist in Spain before even turning 20 years old and featuring massive hits like ‘Fiebre’ and ‘Mercadona’.
More recently she’s been playing all over Europe – England, Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Switzerland and collaborating with artists like Dubbel Dutch -producer of some of the best Popcaan songs- or Paul Marmota -formerly part of the Mexican collective N.A.A.F.I. with whom she signed the amazingly catchy sad dancehall hit ‘Nicest Cocky’. Her music has been supported by artists like Murlo, Dinamarca, Soulection or the Mad Decent crew, and has been described as ‘no-fucks-given attitude wrapped in silky Auto-Tune’, ‘Spanish dancehall queen’ or ‘rising star of the Spanish rap scene’ by media like Pitchfork, i-D and The Line Of Best Fit.