Following a stint in Dancing With the Stars and a 2020 U.S. tour, Ally Brooke is tapping into her Latin side. The former Fifth Harmony member has signed a joint record deal with indie labels Duars Entertainment, founded by Eric Duars, and with AMSI, launched by entertainment attorney Simran A. Singh, becoming the first female artist signed to either company.
Brooke, who is Mexican American, is in the midst of recording her first Spanish-language album and is working with producers Luny Tunes, Dimelo Flow and Mr. NaisGai, among others. The album will also feature collabs with Latin and mainstream artists.
The San Antonio native met Singh –who also reps Daddy Yankee, Ozuna and Anuel, among others—through mutual friend Suzette Quintanilla, Selena’s sister.