LOUDA’s signature sound is one that fuses pop, hip-hop and dreamy 90's R&B melodies to her own cadence. Seamlessly crossing over between English and Spanish, this Latinx indie songbird is a powerhouse of music in line with Selena, Erykah Badu and With over five thousand plays across major streaming platforms with, “Say it To My Face” and "Sabor a Mi" the rising star has booked 4 shows different cities in 2018, totaling over 100 performances and counting, this year alone. Touring between California and Chicago, this song bird has opened for Shwayze and Sheila E. Unsigned, LOUDA is navigating her desire to a multi-dimensional, multi-cultural avant-garde success with 20XX productions and 6 piece co produced band, LOUDA y Los Bad Hombres. Her latest album Without fail, the artist has released two EPS, five singles and is due for her first tour of Southern California with Los Bad Hombres. Guiding the tour, she has released LP “Feedback” with 10 brand new songs. Quickly rising to the top, “Chiqui Chiqui” a latin Jazz charmer with Bay Area emcee, Lonewolf and “Honey,” an all original 20XX production. The album also features PandaRaps, iconic Bay Area lofi emcee. LOUDAs determination to be the loudest, is undeniable. Collaborative concept model, band manager and lyricist, LOUDA has worked with photographers, graphic design artist, influencers and performers on and off stage. Notable credits include a feature on Chicago’s Glitter Money$$$, “I’m F*****g Pissed,” “Pheromones” and “Family” with HarmonicSapien, Earth Angels series with Elizabeth Smarz, and custom album designs by Jazmin Dua, Jeff Gomez and egoBooty. LOUDA MUSIC is available on SoundCloud, Apple, Spotify, Tidal, and MORE! Visit LOUDAmusic.com for photo galleries, new music updates, steaming services, merch and upcoming shows.
My dad and mom's musical tastes, influence and support. They always knew there was something special about me, i suppose. But my high school teacher knew the ropes to be my liason into the classical world. Never knew I could have a career in music till I was running the courses in college. Opera, diction and conducting classes?!
Ms.Klopack, my mamma, Selena, Erykah Badu, Amy Winehouse, Sade Pharrell Williams, Bad Girl RiRi
CHILDHOOD FROM THEN TO NOW
Mostly just acting like a class clown. Still managed to hang with the popular girls, but still maintain my class clown, tomboy facade. I say facade because I seemed confident and comfortable in my own skin, but was still very insecure on the inside about my voice, my body image, and my large latino family. I've always been in smaller institutions, which may have contributed the space allowed to express myself.
Listen to beat/composition; scat/vocally improvise; record a freestyle melody; go back and tighten the melody; find my feelings (or other inspiration); start to build context for the hook and verses; repeat as necessary