Upcoming Canadian pop princess Prado slays in her new masterpiece single ‘They Made You For Me’. There’s something uniquely mesmerizing that can only come when you mix multiple cultures together and take a look at the finished product with an open heart. That’s what we dig about PRADO’s music – the fact that, thanks to her multi-cultural heritage, her tracks have this deeply unique quality to them, like something you’ve never heard before. Although the young RnB and pop artist is Toronto-based and has been for most of her life, she hails from parents of Cuban and Italian parents. So what that does to her music is give it that unmistakable Latin kick. The mix in her roots also allows her to develop a unique sound that combines the many different rhythms and languages of the music she listened to while growing up. PRADO is most definitely a hot-blooded artist, and you can hear that through every breathy syllable. She loves life, and she loves music, and what comes out in tracks like “They Made You For Me” is a fantastic trip for the senses.
Why can’t you see?
They made you for me
Tell me, how’s her cafe con leche?
It can’t be as good as mine
I know you feel no connection,
When you look into her eyes…
PRADO’s sultry voice waltzes into your eardrums on Latino, dancey beats that deceptively make this sound like an almost upbeat tune. Although “They Made You For Me” is a classic jealousy/impossible love tune, it doesn’t follow any set somber or melancholic pattern. Quite the contrary, actually, PRADO unabashedly proclaims her love, and goes on to promise the target of the song that choosing her over any other woman is the only clever choice, on his part. Her single “They Made You for Me” is a dynamic song that has been making the rounds in the music scene
Now, we may not know what the right choice for him is, nor do we particularly want to get involved. But what we can safely tell you is that between PRADO, and any other singer you might be flirting with at the moment, PRADO is the only smart choice for you. Regardless if you’re an R&B, pop or Latino music fan (or neither, for that matter), you want to check out “They Made You For Me”, and lose yourself to PRADO’s sensual, inimitable voice.