Since she was a little girl from her native Valparaíso in Chile, Mon Laferte decided that she wanted to sing. And she has done so all her life. From her pop base, she walks though popular Latin American songs, bolero, cumbia, ranchera, rock, electronic and whatever genre exists that makes sense to convey what she wants to express. There are no prejudices in it.
Her music has been described as “fierce in attitude” (The New York Times) and “intimate and courageous, tackling complex issues such as misogyny, repression and injustice, inspired by her experiences” (BBC Music).
With seven productions under her belt, Desechable (2011), Tornasol (3012), Volumen 1 (2015), La Trenza (2017), Norma (2018), SEIS (2021) and 1940 Carmen (2021), Mon Laferte has established herself as one of the most important singer-songwriters in Latin America, being the most listened to Chilean artist on Spotify worldwide and obtaining countless awards such as three Latin Grammys and a Grammy nomination.