- Victoria la Mala acaba de lanzar este pasado 5 de mayo su 2do single Si Va a Doler que duela (Adjunto MP 3)
- Va a estar cantando el himno nacional en The Rematch: Ward vs Kovalev el 17 de junio en el Mandalay Bay en Las Vegas
- Vete Mucho alcanzo la posición #27 en el chart Regional Mexicano, un logro para una mujer en el genero.
- Junio 24 concierto en The Parish en el house of blues en Anaheim boletos ya están a la venta
VICTORIA LA MALA
When you think of traditional Mexican music, you don’t think of a saucy, sexy powerhouse Latina diva with a hip-hop swagger and a whole lot of heart. However, Victoria “La Mala” Ortiz is about to change that perception for good. The singer and songwriter transforms the Banda genre with her impressive vocal range, striking style, and urban savvy. She describes this enigmatic musical hybrid best.
“If 2Pac and Selena had a child, it would be me,” the singer declares with a grin. “I have old school influences with a new spirit.”
Victoria La Mala is breaking boundaries in a genre dominated by men. The Regional Mexican artist has become one of the few women to break the TOP 40 of the Regional Mexican Radio Chart with her first official radio single, “Vete Mucho”, peaking at #29. She was also the only Regional Mexican artist to perform as part of the 2017 SXSW lineup. She has been on the artist to watch/hot lists for People en Español, Billboard, Latina and Pandora.
Victoria recently announced her fist headline show on June 24 at The Parish House Of Blues in Anaheim, California. She continues with a jam packed promotion in the USA, and is ready for the release on May 5 of her next single, ‘Si va a doler que duela”