Young Mexican superstar DANNA PAOLA, kicks off 2021, releasing her latest album titled ‘K.O.’ (Knockout) which the artist considers being an invitation to her “break up party”. ‘K.O.’ takes the listener on a journey through the artist’s love life in recent years, starting from the first song which opens the door to the possibility of love, to romance, fights, breakups, and then letting go…which is the knockout. that marks an end to the heartbreaks she has experienced. ‘K.O.’ also highlights the importance of self-love which one of the most important messages of the album.
“I couldn’t be happier to finally be able to share my new album, ‘K.O.’ (Knockout), a labor of lots of work, tears, love, laughs and lots of illusion,” Danna Paola expressed.
‘K.O.’ includes 11 tracks in Spanish as well as English including collabs with international artists that have become global hits since their release such as: “Friend de Semana” with Luisa Sonsa and Aitana; “No Bailes Sola” ft. Sebastian Yatra; and “Me, Myself” ft. Mika.
In addition to the ‘K.O.’ release, Danna Paola recently announced her special concert: DANNA PAOLA LIVE EXPERIENCE that can be seen via Streamtime globally on February 13th or 14th (depending on your location). The event is sponsored by Universal Music Group, Icon Management and GTS. For access and transmission information, visit: www.streamtime.store.
ABOUT DANNA PAOLA
She was born on June 23rd, 1995 in Mexico City, and at only 25 she has positioned herself as one of the most outstanding Latin singers and actresses of our time.
In music, Danna Paola released her debut album Mi Globo Azul when she was six years old and she has continued to achieve success ever since. Her acting career began as a leading character in soap operas, such as Amy La Niña de la Mochila Azul and Atrévete a Soñar, which consolidated her as a benchmark among the youth audience. Her versatility allowed her to be cast in the dubbing of world-class movies like Toy Story, Rapunzel and Home; as well as in Mexican national cinema with movies like Arráncame la Vida and Lo Más Sencillo es Complicarlo Todo. In theater, Danna Paola starred on stage in plays such as Annie, Wicked and Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar.
Danna was described on Broadway as a “Latino pride” for her incredible range and vocal ability that has surprised audiences in the United States and Latin America.
With a career spanning more than 21 years, she is internationally recognized for her participation in the renowned Netflix series ELITE, which debuted at #1 and is broadcast in 190 countries becoming one of the most watched series in the history of the platform.
Her participation in Netflix also led her in 2020 to be involved on “Viaje a la Luz”, a song that is a part of the “Más Allá de la Luna” movie end credits. This year she also concluded her role as a judge in the Mexican talent show La Academia where for several months she shared her experience and within the music industry with students.