Rakky Ripper, and producer Eurosanto are 24 and 22 years old, and they’re the future of pop music made in Spain. Or rather, they should be: The Granadan singer just released “Neptune diamond”, confirming that the evolution of impulsive trap to PC Music is a short journey, requiring much foresight and attitude. Somewhere between Hannah Diamond, AG Cook and Putochinomaricón, hyperpop with a bubblegum look, between fantasy and reality.

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