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Inside Warner Music Latina's Rising Artist Showcase: Three Acts To Know

The Change
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The Change performs on stage at The Rising Generation Of Music Presented by Warner Music Latin at Billboard Latin Music Week 2021 on Sept. 21, 2021 in Miami.

To wrap day two of Billboard's Latin Music Week conference (Sept. 20-25), guests were treated to an intimate showcase from three of Warner Music Latina's rising stars: The Change, Las Villa and Micro TDH.

To kick things off, the vibrant presenter promised an "incredible" show -- and the acts absolutely delivered. From a mid-tempo indie set to stellar choreography to what felt like a headlining club show, these three artists proved why they're ones to watch.

Learn more about them below.

The Change

As soon as the indie-inspired Dominican artist The Change stepped on stage in a cozy green and blue checked fleece, it was clear she'd deliver a set that put fans at ease. Backed by a DJ and guitarist, The Change first performed "Pa' Ti" (the first song she ever released since signing with Warner this year), which currently has over two million YouTube views. Her set also included "Imperio," which she said she recorded on her cell phone, as well as "Hora Loca (Remix)" featuring Piso 21.

Las Villa

Las Villa -- twins Laura and Lucia from Colombia -- proved to be a triple threat with their captivating -- and first ever -- performance as they write, sing and dance in perfect harmony both on and off stage. Inspired by classical music and flamenco, the pair infuse their own music with elements of trap and reggaeton. Having collaborated with artists including Miky Woodz, Harry Nach and Tainy, among others, Las Villa is now preparing its anticipated debut EP.

Las Villa is also included on the panel Women On the Rise - The New Generation Presented By Amazon Music Latin.

Micro TDH

Since scoring a Hot Latin Songs hit in 2019, thanks to his feature on Piso 21's "Te Vi," Micro TDH's career has been on an upward trajectory, landing collaborations with Greeicy, Justin Quiles, and Myke Towers. This June, following the Venezuelan singer-rapper's record deal with Warner Music Latina, Iñigo Zabala, president of Warner Music Latin America & Iberia said in a statement that Micro TDH "is the new face of the Urban Latin music movement," with managing director Gabriela Martinez calling the artist one of the most sought-after young acts. Such a statement was only confirmed as fans chanted "otra" once the singer's stellar and high-energy -- though all too short -- set came to a close.

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