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Delirio Escarlata

by Debbie

A stunning debut from 'Debbiepop'. this young vibrant Argentine shines in a fusion of latin, pop, rock and hip hop. 'Latin pop' at its very best. Move over Mariah, listen up Christina. Fantastico...
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Gospel
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1. Te Espero
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2. ¿Qué Pasó?
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3. I Finally Found You
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4:00 $0.99
4. Chica Fashion
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4:41 $0.99
5. Perdóname
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6. Lluvia
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7. Volar (Extended Remix)
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8. Here I Come (Remix)
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9. Free
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10. I Have You
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Born on the 7th February 1980 in Argentina, Debbie began her journey in music. Inspired by her father she sang from an early age in choirs and bands. At 15 she joined one of the most important choirs of the city of Cordoba, Argentina and also recorded for numerous other artists. At 19 she recorded a demo in San Pablo, Brazil. This gave her a firm step in her developing career in music.

Two years later, she married Gonzalo Rojas and began to pursue her dream in earnest. Today, Debbie sings, Gonzalo produces and arranges her band. In 2003 she recorded her debut album 'Aqui Vengo' (Here I Come) over flowing with beautiful songs, melodies and a very clear message: pure love, the principles of life, reaching our dreams, friendship and above all, God speaking to the heart.

Debbiepop, a new and refreshing sound in Latin Pop.


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Top Debbie Pop
This is essentially 70's disco meets 80's Europop. Perhaps not the most appetising combination of ingredients you may be thinking. However, thanks to a healthy dose of hot Latin rhythms and a hint of urban funk thrown in, you'd be wrong. And with a wonderfully dynamic and energetic performance from Debbie, to go with some superbly constructed songs, the result is near perfect holiday music that is equally suited to the beach as it is to the night club.

The opening track "Te Espero" is reminiscent of the best of late 70's disco with a thumping, throbbing and infectiously catchy beat that immediately gets you in the mood to get down and dirty. With "Que Paso" Debbie treats us to a song with more of a modern funky and urban feel, and "Free" is another disco based track given a modern twist with some hot Latin funk. The highlight however is undoubtedly "Obsesion" - a funky Prince-like song that the diminutive, purple squiggly one himself would be proud to perform.
With Debbie being Argentinean born, not surprisingly the majority of songs are sung in Spanish. However you shouldn't let that put you of - good music is still good music regardless of the language.