Kat & Alex Make History With Release Of First Ever Fully Spanish Country Music EP

Country-Latin duo Kat & Alex have made history with the premiere of Lado B, the pair’s entirely Spanish version of their self-titled EP. “It’s so exciting to announce that thanks to y’all we are making history today by releasing the…

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Posted on October 11, 2022

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Country-Latin duo Kat & Alex have made history with the premiere of Lado B, the pair’s entirely Spanish version of their self-titled EP.

“It’s so exciting to announce that thanks to y’all we are making history today by releasing the first ever fully Spanish Country Music EP!” the duo captioned an Instagram post. “Country music is for EVERYONE and we hope to inspire others to create music in this beautiful genre no matter where you’re from or what language you speak!”

Listen to Lado B here.

The project comes on the heels of the release of Side A earlier in September.

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The husband-and-wife duo remember seeing ‘Lado A’ and ‘Lado B’ on their parents’ records growing up. The EP titles, translating to ‘Side A’ and ‘Side B,’ represent Kat & Alex’s mission to release music that includes and celebrates an expansive and diverse audience, such as Spanish speakers like themselves. That is why the pair decided to drop an entirely Spanish version of their debut EP, in addition to the English version.

“Sonically, the project is a melting pot…introducing two different worlds,” said Kat & Alex. “You’ll hear country, which is the root of it, as well as some rock, soul and pop. The common theme of the music though is love, which is purposeful because our relationship is full of love and it’s the core of everything we do.

“Our mission is to show that there’s an audience of Spanish speakers that love country music. It’s not just for one group of people, it can be shared and created by anyone. If you love it, you can make it.”

“Queremos ser un ejemplo y demostrarles a todos qué hay millones de personas que les encanta y se conectan con la música country especialmente country en español. Realmente la música country no es solamente para aquellos que hablan inglés o español. La música country es para todo el mundo y no tiene fronteras.”

Before revealing the entirety of Lado B, the critically acclaimed up-and-comers released the Spanish version of tracks “We Bought A House,” titled “Mi Casa,” “Tomemos Un Trago,” the Spanish version of “Let’s Find A Bar” and “Yo Quiero Amarte,” the Spanish version of “I Want It All.”

Watch the official music video for “We Bought a House” below.

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Lado B Track Listing:

  1. Tomemos Un Trago (Let’s Find A Bar – Spanish Version) (Kat Georgia/Alex Georgia/Jared Keim/Jared Scott/Ivan Ayala)
  2. Como Las Cinco Un Viernes (5 on a Friday – Spanish Version) (Kat Georgia/Alex Georgia/Chris Loocke/Austin Taylor Smith/Luis Figueroa)
  3. Cásate Conmigo (Marry You – Spanish Version) (busbee/Maren Morris/Alex Georgia/Erika Ender)
  4. Yo Quiero Amarte (I Want It All – Spanish Version) (Kat Georgia/Alex Georgia/AJ Pruis)
  5. Mi Casa (We Bought a House – Spanish Version) (Kat Georgia/Alex Georgia/Josh Osborne/Lindsay Rimes/Erika Ender)
  6. Tu Sigues (Still In It – Spanish Version) (Kat Georgia/Alex Georgia/Jason Massey/Austin Taylor Smith/Luis Figueroa)
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Ally Roden graduated from Belmont University where she studied Corporate Communications and Music Business. After numerous internships within public relations and music business, including her time at Red Light Management and PLA Media, Roden began her work in digital media while freelancing on the side. In addition to writing for Music Mayhem, she has her work published in a variety of online and print publications. In her free time when she’s not working or interviewing Nashville’s rising artists for her personal music-focused podcast, Roden enjoys hanging out with her mini-aussie doodle Ollie and reading a good thriller.

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