Rigoberta Bandini & Amaia Released New Single “Así Bailaba”!

Photo By: Artist’s Official Facebook Page

Rigoberta Bandini and Amaia collaborated in their new single “Así Bailaba”, which means “That’s how I danced”. The song is composed by Amaia Romero Arbizu, Esteban Navarro Dordal and Paula Ribo Gonzalez.

Rigoberta Bandini

Rigoberta Bandini is the stage name of Paula Ribó González. She was born on April 30, 1990, in Catalonia, Spain. She is a singer, songwriter and actress. She has a number of singles in her discography, but her biggest success to day is her song “Ay Mamá”. Her voice acting filmography is very rich and dates back to 1997.

Earlier this year, she competed in Benidorm Fest – the Spanish national final – with the song “Ay Mamá”. The song placed 2nd, but managed to top on Spotify, Youtube and Apple Music charts of Spain in addition to the Spanish single charts.

Amaia

Amaya Romero Arbizu or simply Amaia was born on January 3, 1999 in Navarre, Spain. She is a singer and songwriter that rosed to fame after competing and wining the 9th season of the Spanish music reality competition Operación Triunfo.

Prior to her victory at the show, she had appeared in another shows too. Shortly after her participation in OT, she signed with Universal Music Spain. She released her debut album in 2019, while her 2nd was released a couple of weeks ago. Both her albums were successful in her country.

In 2018, OT was used as the national selection process of Spain. At the Eurovision gala of the show, she won with “Tu Canción”, a duet along with Alfred García. At the final of Eurovision, the two artists placed 23rd with 61 points.

What do you think about the single? Are you going to listen to it all day long? Write your thoughts in the comments below!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s