April 29, 2016


Cash Cash Enlist Latin-Pop Star Sofia Reyes for Banging 'How to Love'

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Cash Cash may be best known for their infectious hit "Take Me Home" with Bebe Rexha, but the EDM trio looks poised to score another with their latest collaboration.

"How to Love" features Sofia Reyes and is the latest track to preview Cash Cash's upcoming Blood, Sweat and 3 Years album. The Mexican singer-songwriter shines in her first EDM collaboration, bringing her youthful delivery to the lyrics that explores naiveté in love. She courageously belts on the chorus: "I got faith in nothing but love / Pray for me / I never had somebody, so I don't know how to love / Pray for me! / I know I need somebody, so I can learn how to love" in one of the best vocal performances we've heard from the 20-year-old to date. Watch the music video below:

The Reyes/Cash collab is very intriguing, marking the bilingual singer's first, full-fledged English collaboration and could be the first step in a larger pop career. 

Sofia recently became the first female singer in five years to land a No. 1 on Billboard's Latin Pop Songs chart with her new single "Solo Yo" that features bachata star Prince Royce and was released in both Spanish and English. Are we finally seeing a new Latin diva enter the pop scene? Let's hope.

Blood, Sweat and 3 Years drops on June 24, via Big Beat Records, and boasts other intriguing collaborators from various genres of rock, rap, pop and beyond. See the full tracklilst below:

1. How To Love (ft. Sofia Reyes)
2. Broken Drum (ft. Fitz of Fitz & The Tantrums)
3. Millionaire (ft. Nelly)
4. Hero (ft. Christina Perri)
5. Devil (ft. Busta Rhymes, B.o.B & Neon Hitch)
6. Aftershock (ft. Jacquie Lee)
7. The Gun (ft. Trinidad James, Dev & Chrish)
8. Turn (ft. Little Daylight)
9. Escarole
10. Lightning (ft. John Rzeznik)
11. Arrows In The Dark (ft. Anjulie)
12. We Will Live (ft. Night Terrors of 1927)
13. Bada Boom
14. Take Me Home (ft. Bebe Rexha)
15. Sweat (ft. Jenna Andrews)
16. Surrender

Get to know the band a little better with our interview where they explain the mindset behind their live performances: