Bratty Drops Continental ft: Nsqk and Méne  

Bratty has released a video for "Continental (feat. Nsqk and Méne)." The track is now available via Universal and DSPs
Bratty has released a video for "Continental (feat. Nsqk and Méne)"

Bratty is the bedroom pop/garage/surf project of Jenny Juárez from Culiacán, Sinaloa. Inspired by the music of Best Coast, and taking her nom de plum from the track “Bratty B.” Bratty produced her first album in her bedroom, releasing her debut EP Todo Esta Cambiando in March 2018. In 2019, she released “Ropa De Bazar,” with Ed Maverick. Recently, the artist dropped her debut album, ​​Delusión, the same year. “Continental” follows “Y Cómo,” Bratty’s collaboration with Hinds. Today, Bratty has shared the video for “Continental (feat. Nsqk and Méne).”

Es Mi Fiesta Y Si Quiero Hago Un EP follows BRATTY’s sophomore album, tdbn (2021), finding kindred spirits in the music of Snail Mail, Cherry Glazerr, Clairo, and No Vacation, amongst others. “Most topics in these songs are of love and heartbreak,” adds the artist. “Which is always an easy-to-go-to topic.”

“In one of my sessions in Monterrey (Mexico) I finally had the opportunity to meet Rodrigo and Luis (Nsqk and Méne),” says Bratty of the track. “I had heard about their projects and I was intrigued since they are both young Mexican artists from the north. I love that the realization of this song is totally homemade. Rodrigo and I produced it and the three of us wrote the lyrics. The song talks about the love that grows when a relationship is young and you like that person enough to ask them to move in with you. In the lyrics, I tell them that I would even prepare breakfast for them so they don’t have to get up early.”


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