“In Ecuador there is too much talent, we have a lot of variety of genres that are appearing, the urban one is very strong, also the indie, there is too much talent,” says Yilda Banchón when we ask her about what is happening musically in her country.
She will be one of the Ecuadorian artists who will participate in the Heat Festival, this October 20 at the Alberto Spencer Stadium in Guayaquil. She, along with Dayanara, Andreína Bravo, Mirella Cesa, and more, will show a little of that musical variety of her country at the event that can be seen on HTV and in streaming.
In his ‘set’, Banchón will perform “Vainilla” and “Sí, ajá, ya sé”, his most recent single.
“It’s a slightly ironic song with a story that many people have identified with,” said the 20-year-old, who began her career when she was a child.
“I started my career at a very young age, at 7 years old, I have been able to learn and grow in the music industry in my country,” she said, later commenting that she would like to visit Peru soon. “I would love to be able to go with my music and meet Peruvian artists too,” she declared.
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