Ms Nina Releases Debut Mixtape ‘Perreando por Fuera, Llorando por Dentro’
Spain via Argentina reggaeton/Neoperreo sensation Ms Nina today releases her debut mixtape Perreando por Fuera, Llorando por Dentro, out now via Mad Decent.
Next week, Ms Nina heads to NYC for two shows with Bad Gyal 7/12 at Elsewhere and 7/13 at MoMA PS1 Warm Up, ahead of August headline shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego and more.
Translating to ‘Twerking/Grinding on the Outside, Crying on the Inside,’ (“perreo” being a provocative reggaeton dance which the perreo/neoperreo genres are named after) Ms Nina explores romantic reggaeton, Dembow, favela funk/baile funk, and more through a post-internet lens on Perreando por Fuera, Llorando por Dentro.
Featuring collaborations with key figures from the scene such as La Favi, Maria Escarmiento, and productions by El Licenciado, Mygal X, Beauty Brain, King Doudou, Chaboi, and more, Ms Nina turns down the misogynist speech of the older reggaeton hits and amplifies the voice of the female figure free of prejudices, stereotypes and imperatives, as displayed in lead single “Te Doy” — an anthem of self-empowerment, sexuality and consent.
With this freedom, Ms Nina presents ‘Perreando por Fuera, Llorando por Dentro’ leaving intact its premise: self-love.
For those who are just discovering the artist, Ms Nina is an ambassador and icon of tolerance and diversity, and lauded as a key figure of Neoperreo; a musical and cultural movement that is spreading across the world which has been described as “Reggaeton’s weird and wonderful new chapter” (Remezcla), “Reggaeton’s freakiest offshoot” (The FADER) and “Reggaeton’s Digital Underground” (Rolling Stone), or, as Ms Nina puts it: “It’s about including everyone who loves Latin music and wants to feel the freedom of being themselves.”
Ms Nina has been featured in Billboard, The FADER, PAPER Magazine, Remezcla, Playboy México, and many more notable publications, has millions of streams across her limited single output on Spotify including multiple #1 spots in Spain, and has been supported by artists including Rosalia, Pabllo Vittar, C. Tangana, and more.