Elysanij, the Puerto Rican singer you need to know

Hispanic entertainment has a new voice! Elysanij, also known as “La dulce melodía,” is a multifaceted and unique young artist from “La Isla del Encanto,” Puerto Rico, who has taken her very first methods promptly penetrating Latin songs flavor.

Born Janielys Maldonado, she starts in the songs scene by singing with her family members nonetheless, it wasn’t right up until the age of 14 that she commenced to take in excess of the microphones. Her finest inspiration, her father, the well-identified merengue singer from the 90s, Maldo, taught her to perform the guitar, and it was there when the muse knocked on the doorway. Elysanij completed her very first composition in her teenage years, a bachata entitled “Hoy.”

Elysanij Singer
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While she is quite youthful, Elysanij has presently experimented with numerous musical genres and in an exceptional interview with HOLA! Usa, she confesses that her dream is to be equipped to protect all styles. “I constantly say that I am a Latin artist, and I really don’t like to defend a single musical style because I current myself with bachata, merengue, salsa, and now reggaeton,” she points out.

“I really don’t want to near doors. When followers go to my concert events, I want them to be ready to dance to anything. Give them a multifaceted demonstrate since which is what I am.”

Meet Elysanij: Latin music rising star
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Her most modern good results is the remake of the well-known music “Killing Me Softly,” in which the Puerto Rican star brings together hip hop with the city style to consequence in a piece that not only reveals the maturity and flexibility in his distinctive voice but also strategically, will let her to get to a variety of audiences. “‘Killing Me Softly’ is a typical that will dwell on for generations,” reveals Elysanij. “It is for this quite motive that I selected it. I hope that when in the long term they reveal exactly where it comes from, they will point out that in 2021 I was the first Puerto Rican and super Latina artist who recorded it.”

The singer also points out that this music, published in 1972 by Charles Fox with lyrics by Norman Gimbel and in collaboration by Lori Lieberman, turned an anthem many thanks to Roberta Flack. The latter took the single to the top of the charts in the United States, Australia, and Canada.

In 1996, Lauryn Hill and Los Fugees dusted off the tune after once again to immortalize it as a person of the most effective-advertising and most unforgettable compositions in modern day occasions. “For me, this track is every little thing,” she provides. “I applied to sing it in karaoke, and when I did not even have the system to be an artist. I just experienced a good time with my relatives, at parties, and this song was constantly enjoying.”

Elysanij: Latin music rising star
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