Hailing from Murcia, with just a handful of singles released but more than 80,000 monthly listeners on Spotify. The story of María Blaya is already beginning to become a genuine phenomenon on the Internet. Her intimate, confessional pop draws from R&B and the urban, transcending any reasonable resemblance to contemporaries like Natalia Lacunza, thanks to lyrics laced with tears and teenage passion, and songs that mark a turning point for the new generation of bedroom pop. Imagine Everything But The Girl in a Got Talent contest, and you’ll almost get it. #pop

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