Today, sixteen-year-old Cuban-born, Miami-based singer, multi-platinum recording artist and pop’s spiciest newcomer, Malu Trevejo, has debuted her new bilingual dance single “Como Tu Me Quieres.”
Malu is hot off of the release of her first all-English retail therapy anthem “Swipe Dat” which shows the firecracker unapologetically indulging in life’s finer things, without the help of any man. The video garnered over 4 million streams and caught the attention of Travis Mills and Beats 1, Genius, Betches and more.
On March 8th, Malu will be performing at PWR, a female empowerment festival in Argentina at Luna Park for 10,000 fans along with international acts like Sofia Reyes, Natalia Jimenez and more.
“Swipe Dat” was the follow up to her 2018 bilingual single “Nadie Como Yo” with multi-Latin GRAMMY winners and urban music superstars Gente de Zona (Enrique’s Bailando) that amassed over 15 million streams.
Malu also recently partnered with Urban Decay Cosmetics and Joox Music for a fan contest that included a lucky fan being blown out to Los Angeles for a makeover and to party backstage at the Las Que Mandan Festival at the Forum.
Malu credits everything to personal strength earned by triumph in the face of trials and tribulations. Born in Cuba and raised in Spain, she moved to Miami with her mother at just twelve years old following her parents’ separation. Noticeably skinny for her age and faced with the demand to rapidly learn and speak English, American school provided a new set of challenges for her as she endured relentless bullying online and in real life for her low weight and thick accent. Allowing her haters to become her motivators, not only did Malu teach herself English, she utilized social media to express her biggest passion: music and performing. She released a string of videos on Music.ly which quickly went viral, garnering millions of followers. After teaming up with Miami based management firm, “THE Group,” Malu‘s breakout debut 2017 single “Luna Llena” skyrocketed to instant success, amassing over 70 million views, achieved RIAA Latin Platinum status, and reached the Top 20 on the Billboard Top Latin Songs chart. “Luna Llena” would be the first of several singles to rack up millions of views and streams, including her feature on HRVY’s “Hasta Luego,” leading her to become a live force with concerts around the globe.