Biography

Walkiria Espino is an Spanish singer, rapper, songwriter and dancer based in Barcelona. Growing up around music she started rapping following her brother steps and singing to soul and r&b songs encouraged by her parents who quickly noticed her potential. She was heavily influenced by the sound of Aretha Franklyn, Ray Charles and Michael Jackson, as well as Jay Z and Biggie on rap music.

In 2013 she decided to take her music more seriously and posted some cover songs on YouTube including “Mirrors” by Justin Timberlake which was featured on adolescents.cat, an online magazine run by 40 Principales. On September 2014 she released her first original song and its music video, “Don’t Let Me Go”. At the same time Espino was performing at events and clubs across Europe. Since then she been developing her music career and now is ready to take over the music business.

Early this year she started working on her debut EP, “Hell Of A Dream”, the project is set to be release soon and will contain seven original songs, all seven wrote by Walkiria Espino, meanwhile she keeps posting cover songs and freestyles on YouTube and SoundCloud.

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