We're not sure exactly who Lola is, but here she's painted by Maluca as the every-woman hustler with modest aspirations of paying the rent, feeding her kids, getting by and looking fly. Maluca clarifies the portrait a bit, saying the song's "inspired by the call girls in the back of the Village Voice," that are, "a part of society that's been overlooked and brushed under the rug." The Spanish bits are lighter fare, inspired by a DR kids game. Consider this song the late-summer party anthem for all females scratching and surviving—the ones who've worked hard for the fruity cocktail they're sipping, and the opportunity for a good two-step to this hammer bass line.
Download: Maluca and Party Squad, "Lola"