Colombian singer-songwriter Karol G took over NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert stage on May 15, 2023, for a performance that was both intimate and energetic. The concert featured a mix of songs from her latest album, “KG0516,” as well as some of her biggest hits, including “Tusa” and “Bichota.”
This is not the first time the Colombian singer performs for NPR, but this new show gets the whole band to their offices, as usual before the pandemic in 2019. Artists like Diamante Electrico, Jessie Reyes, J Balvin, and FEID, are some of the Latino artists that have been invited to the most viewed show on the public radio.
Karol G kicked off the concert with a performance of “Carolina,” the lead single from her latest album. The song is a powerful ballad about overcoming heartbreak and finding strength in oneself. Karol G’s vocals were on point, and the crowd was clearly captivated by her performance.
Next, Karol G performed “Pero Tu,” a reggaeton track about a woman who is confident in her own skin. The song is a celebration of female empowerment, and Karol G’s performance was a perfect example of that. She danced and sang with abandon, and the crowd cheered her on every step of the way.
Karol G continued her Tiny Desk Concert with a performance of “Gucci Los Paños,”. The song is a breakup anthem about moving on from a toxic relationship. Karol G’s performance was full of emotion, and the crowd sang along to every word.
Karol G closed out her Tiny Desk Concert with a performance of “Mercurio,” her empowering anthem about being a strong woman. The song is a celebration of female independence, and Karol G’s performance was a perfect example of that. She danced and sang with confidence, and the crowd was on their feet cheering her on.
Karol G’s Tiny Desk Concert was a powerful and energetic performance that showcased her incredible talent. She is a force to be reckoned with, and her music is sure to continue to inspire people around the world.
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