From Nicaragua to Miami, and now Los Angeles, HYRA’s dip in the 2000s-pop pool pushes the artist to a realm of indietronica and slacker-pop waves that are thriving in the Latinx scene. On the artist’s latest “Where We Can’t See,” HYRA teams up with Australian producer MASTRADA and boasts a lax attitude.
Diverging moods from the artist’s debut “Sad Lullaby,” HYRA’s translucent and dreamy vocals marry the creamy production for a fanciful flight. Woozy lines thread the electronic soundscape and gently asserts itself in a slow, sultry manner. HYRA’s flexible tone, which can easily be heard on a contemporary R&B cut, works well with MASTRADA’s euphoric style.
Though not new to the music world, performing as Dragon Fox in Miami, HYRA’s new project has already seen the artist jump on six Spotify editorial playlists, which only insinuates bigger and better things to come from HYRA.
Connect with the artists: