Lao Ra

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Birth nameLaura Carvajalino Avila
Born (1987-07-22) July 22, 1987 (age 33)
OriginBogota, Colombia
Genres
Occupation(s)singer, songwriter
Years active2016–present
Labels
  • Disruptor Records
  • Sony Music Latin
Associated acts
  • Dillon Francis
  • C. Tangana
  • Calypso Rose
  • Kito (musician)

Laura Carvajalino Avila (born July 22, 1987), better known as 'Lao Ra,' is a Colombian singer-songwriter from Bogotá, Colombia.[3]

Career

After the release of her debut EP “Jesus Made Me Bad” in 2016,[4] Lao Ra went on to release further singles “Me Gusta,” “No Pressure,” and “Patrona.” In 2018 she collaborated with Dillon Francis on the single “White Boi”[5] and artist Happy Colours on the single “Pa’Lante,” which featured on the FIFA 2019 soundtrack.[6] Lao Ra was also a feature on Trinidadian artist Calypso Rose’s track “Baila Mami” with Nailah Blackman.[7]

In late 2019 she released “Picaflor,” featuring C. Tangana, alongside a video depicting a fictional toxic relationship between them.[8] In 2020 she released “Entendido!” which she wrote with songwriter Kito (musician)|Kito and rapper Bia (rapper) [9] with an animated video designed by Colombian artist Silvia Prietov.

References

  1. "Lao Ra Patrona Video Premiere".
  2. "Lao Ra Tickets".
  3. "Lao Ra Biography".
  4. "Lao Ra Shares Video For Debut Track Jesus Made Me Bad".
  5. "Dillon Francis Drops Radiant New Video for 'White Boi' Featuring Lao Ra".
  6. "FIFA 20 soundtrack: Artists, songs & music on new game, reveal date".
  7. "Baila Mami Music Video".
  8. "Lao Ra Spars With C. Tangana On New Smash 'Picaflor'".
  9. "La artista colombiana Lao Ra arremete con pop subversivo".

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