Latin pop meets flamenco
Jennifer Jessica Martínez, best known as India Martínez, is one of those Andalusian singers that are changing Spanish pop scene, along with male artists like Manuel Carrasco or Pablo Alborán, singers who have taken Latin pop to fill it with flamenco flavors.
India’s beginnings were spectacular; she launched her first album, “Azulejos de Lunares” (2004), when she barely was eighteen years old. Success knocked on her door five years later with a premonitory title, “Despertar” (“Awakening”), in which she took on other musical influences that helped her to fulfill her skills. She attracted so much attention. In fact, she was nominated to Best New Artist at the Latin Grammys. Singles like “Solo tú” or “Amanece el día” would show the growth of this Cordovan voice that, in her last album, “Te cuento un secreto” (2016), continues to explore the commercial possibilities of flamenco.
Her live show is exciting and it has the capacity to dazzle the public with her charm, whether in little shows or in front of large audiences. In her “Tour Secreto”, in which she is presenting her new album all around Spain, the shows are usually sold-out.