If you’re not paying attention, you could be forgiven for not realizing that all the songs on Gabriel Garzon-Montano’s upcoming album, Agüita, were created by the same person. It’s like a playlist with different languages, genres, and styles; a soundtrack of breaking away from the sounds people knew him for. And to add to the experimentalism that he relishes in, he decided to create an acoustic version of his already-out-there trap song, also called “Agüita,” that plays with the multiple meanings of the word.
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