Mexican-American Songstress Abrina Releases Latin Trap Single “Suavecita”

Abrina brings a fresh twist to a 70’s classic with her newest single, “Suavecita.” The single keeps elements from Malo’s Suavecito, while introducing a Latin-trap beat filled with a heavy bass lines and classic urban trills over the original guitar progression in “Suavecito.”

“I grew up in a Mexican household, so ‘Suavecito’ by Malo was definitely a family favorite. Since I heard it so often, I wasn’t too fazed when it would start playing. But when I was in Italy, I heard it again and everyone immediately turned it up and started singing every word. That’s when I knew I had to put my own spin on it” – affirms Abrina


The record speaks on finally making it big. Not living check to check with no worries on the horizon. With Abrina’s witty lyricism and Chris “Flict” Aparri’s intricate production (Fifth Harmony, Megan Trainor, Camila Cabello) “Suavecita” brings nostalgia and an undeniable vibe that resonates with all listeners.

“Suavecita” is just another example of Abrina’s musical range and listeners can expect a variety of sounds on her upcoming project that features the likes of Play-N-Skillz, C-Kan and Kap G.