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Music | Malfi López

New artist Malfi López is filled with hope.

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In a world filled with nearly constant war and violence, Malfi López is trying to give it some optimism.

The up-and-coming Dominican singer-songwriter was troubled by what he perceived as the constant barrage of negative headlines every day, but music, said López, is his way to try and help himself and others through it all.

His songs don’t necessarily address big political issues, but they do try to make the listener smile. His first single, “Enséñame a olvidarte” chronicles López’s crush on a pretty girl during his school years.

“With my music, I will try to pass on more love to young Latin Americans and to the whole world,” said López in a press release.

López’s passion for both music and positivity has been lifelong. The 23 year-old grew up in a musical household, listening to bachata with his family and composing his own music on his guitar. Gradually his style evolved to include more reggaeton and urban music.

Now López is out of his house and into the big leagues.

The artist recently signed with GrindHard Entertainment/TMG, and we’ll have to wait to see whether a studio album will follow. In the mean time, one thing is certain about the artist: we need more positive artists like him.

Check his single out now and be sure to follow Latin é for the latest in Latino Entertainment.


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About the author:

Aleida Fernandez is a recent graduate from Whitman College where she studied history and music. She was an active member of the student newspaper, The Pioneer, and during her senior year, was the Publisher of the organization. More recently, she interned at The Smithsonian as a research assistant and at Federal Computer Week, a federal IT magazine. Aleida currently works at the American Institutes for Research as an Editorial Assistant.

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