Ralphie Choo Drops An Experimental Track Titled “Bulerías de un Caballo Malo”

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Following this summer’s releases “SANTO ÂNGEL” and “VALENTINO,”  Ralphie Choo returns with another genre-bending single called “Bulerías de un Caballo Malo.” The 23-year-old Spaniard had debuted in 2019 with the remake of Rosalía and Ozuna’s “Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi.”

Juan Casado is a songwriter and producer from Madrid who came to prominence as Ralphie Choo. The moniker is inspired from the fictional character of the popular American sitcom The Simpsons. Experimenting with indie pop songs and playing around with different music styles like R&B and melodic rap, the Madrid-native is known for pushing boundaries and recreating songs with a whole new perspective.

“Bulerías de un Caballo Malo” joins Ralphie Choo’s eccentric tracklist with its unconventional flamenco rhythms and sounds. Although the main narrative is a bit obscure, Choo appears to be singing about a girl who is seeking attention. With gruffy vocals and computerized electronic rhythms and chord synchronization, the track takes a futuristic form that contemporizes the famous flamenco genre. 

Listen to “Bulerías de un Caballo Malo” on Spotify: