NICKELODEON LATIN AMERICA ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF BALA’S NEW SINGLE: "HUMANO"

Is now available on all music-streaming platforms and on Bala’s Youtube cannel. Bala has grown alongside Nickelodeon, with whom she signed a global representation agreement in 2019 to boost her career internationally as a content creator and musical artist.

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Nickelodeon Latin America announced the release of "Humano", content creator, Bala’s, new single. The single, written by Bala, and produced by Alfonso Palacios and Juan José Alanís, is now available on all music-streaming platforms. The release is accompanied by a music video that can be seen on Bala’s YouTube channel.

At the young age of 15, and with more than 6.5 million YouTube subscribers, Bala has grown alongside Nickelodeon, with whom she signed a global representation agreement in 2019 to boost her career internationally as a content creator and musical artist. Additionally, the talented star recently made her acting debut on Mexico’s comedic film Un Papá Genial, where she shared the screen with stars Miguel Rodarte, Dominika Paleta, and Natasha Dupeyrón, among others.

Her new release "Humano" shows a more personal side of the young songwriter, addressing issues that affect today’s youth. Compassion, self-esteem, social expectations, and things that happen in the day-to-day lives of kids everywhere are reflected in her new single in an uplifting way.

“Life has difficulties we know, but this song reminds us that bad times are only temporary. Sometimes things do not go your way, and you cannot change them, the only thing you can do is learn to accept and understand that. Sometimes we forget that what we see on social media, for example, does not reflect reality. Most people only post their best moments, making us think that we should be perfect,” commented Bala.

“The inspiration for this song came when I was going through a tough time in my life but then realized that things would get better, that it’s ok to make mistakes and that I am not perfect, because I am only human,” concluded the young artist.