Goldilocks (she/her/ella), a non-binary NYC reggaeton artist by way of Spain, released her new album Future Famous this month (June 4). “La Que No” is one of the singles from this new album, written and recorded in quarantine. “La Que No” tells a love story of someone warming up to their own feelings for another. Goldilocks says about the meaning of the song, “‘La Que No’ is about someone pretending that they don’t have a crush on you, but at the end of the night they reveal that they [do], playing it cool, [and]letting things you want come to you and not chasing them down.”

There’s a lot more to Goldilocks than this album. She has made music since childhood and is a multi-instrumentalist: her knowledge of drums, keys, saxophone, and various folkloric instruments informs her effortless production. While she has only been active for a few years, there’s no doubt Goldilocks has already made a big impact: her hit song Saab Story debuted on Spotify’s New Music Friday Latin Playlist, she did liners for iHeart Radio telling her coming out story for National Coming Out Day 2020, and she performed at the Amazon Music “Together At Home” Concert to premiere Bañador last summer.

Goldilocks says of the album Future Famous, “The main vibe behind Future Famous is manifesting your reality. It’s inspired by Mohammad Ali’s belief that he was the greatest before he ever was.”

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