Honduras-born, Montreal-based pop-reggaeton singer Isabella Lovestory is preparing to release the follow-up to last year's debut Humo, and her latest single "Golosa," premiering above, is proof that she's pushing for club-ready perreo than she was before. Produced by the mysterious Chicken, who sat behind the desk on Humo, the single is raunchy as hell, but clearly refracted through the female gaze.
"Everything in this world is cosplay, even sincerity, so it's fun to make a character out of yourself and exaggerate your obsessions," Lovestory said of the song in a statement to The FADER. "To enjoy the taboo of being objectified is liberating and nobody can tell me what I should or shouldn't enjoy. Mocking men is fun. Mocking what society views as degrading to women is fun, because nobody gets to decide what a woman's true desires are."
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