Spanish sensation Maria Moss is taking the world by storm, and it is easy to see why, with her latest rip-roaring release ‘Superwoman’. Boasting an amalgamation of pulsating beats and clammering percussion, the track elevates in a manner that reflects the song’s intentions, with the soaring crescendo akin to that of the empowering lyrics. Anthemic and bold, Maria’s vigorous vocals capture attention at once, and deliver the important message of empowerment and positivity in the emphasis it deserves.
Her sound is a cool blend of pop and Latin, taking inspiration from her hometown of Tarragona and the bright lights of her current residency London to achieve the infused rhythm, and with a glossy finish provided by platinum-selling producer Jamie Sellers, it takes it to the next level.
The track’s lyrical depth is evident upon listen, and Maria quotes that she “decided to write this mood-lifter to honour and celebrate all women around the world. ‘Superwoman’ is a pop anthem that gives empowerment, strength and energy. The song talks about how strong, resilient, and great women are. It reminds us the importance of the role and the voice that women have in the world”, and that at the heart of it all, the song is a dedication to the biggest inspiration in her life; her mum.
Maria has tasted great success within the industry, having recently coached musical legend Cher in Spanish, who credited her as a “great teacher and adorable”. The singer-songwriter has toured the world with her electrifying live performances, taking to the stage at 02 Shepherds Bush Empire and Proud Camden, and received significant radio airplay on the likes of BBC and La Cadena SER. The multi-faceted artist cites Whitney Houston, Rihanna, Dua Lipa and Christina Aguilera as some of her main musical inspirations, and elements of their sound can be traced back to some of her biggest hits, such as ‘Viva La Vida’, which has racked up over 100,000 Spotify streams.
A powerful force on the pop scene, Maria Moss has everything she needs to make it big, and ‘Superwoman’ is destined to take her there.