After teasing fans with provocative dance videos on socials, Nathy Peluso debuts her new house-driven single “Salvaje” which previews the new musical chapter from the Argentine-born, Spanish-living artist, singer, songwriter and performer. It was written and produced by Nathy, with Didi Gutman and Illangelo. Described as “music for your culo,” the ballroom-culture inspired track arrives alongside a fashion-forward music video directed by Félix Bollaín and produced by Little Spain (“Tonta,” “Ateo”) that features Nathy diving into the art of voguing as she highlights her savage nature in many different looks. 

With ‘Salvaje’ I want to express freedom, wildness and loads of dance. I hope people dance with this song in clubs, parties and life.”

Nathy Peluso

New single “Salvaje” follows the release of “Tonta,” a track that equally emphasizes Nathy’s effortless coolness and confidence, a declaration of power and self-love. Nathy asserts her dominance throughout her music, including in her previous, self-produced single “Estás Buenísimo,” a raw rap track that she wrote in just a few hours with the intention of flipping the male gaze.

Nathy Peluso has accumulated nearly 1 billion streams across the globe. At the end of 2022, she headlined her first-ever arena tour with sold out shows across Buenos Aires, Argentina, Santiago, Chile and Madrid, Spain. Earlier last year, Peluso closed her stage at Coachella, and scoring the “best things we saw” accolades across Rolling Stone and Billboard to name a few, among the other tastemakers that continue to follow the provocative artist’s genre-versatile releases, from peers Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, and J Balvin. NME captured Nathy’s performance essence, “Peluso is like Rosalía, Rihanna, Christine & The Queens, Grace Jones and The Terminator in one bewilderingly awesome package.” 

Following consecutive high profile international appearances, Nathy Peluso nabbed 3 nominations at the Latin Grammys last year celebrating her collaboration “Pa Mis Muchachas” with Christina Aguilera, Becky G and Nicki Nicole; after dominating the awards last year as one of the most nominated artists, tallying up 9 career nominations. Nathy Peluso won the 2021 Latin Grammy for ‘Best Alternative Album’ for her debut album “Calambre” which was later nominated for ‘Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album’ at the GRAMMYs. 

Currently the face of Desigual, Nathy recently launched her first collection with the brand featuring garments she designed alongside Desigual’s creative team to be inclusive for different body types.

Nathy Peluso aims to provoke; she thrives at creating characters and shape-shifting between styles, genres, and languages. Peluso’s bold debut album, ‘Calambre,’ blends crisp hip hop, sleek retro R&B, and a modern take on old-school salsa. Nathy Peluso merges styles, genres and languages across her artistry – visceral and vulnerable, sexy yet nonconformist, onstage and online.