While his career took off in 2017 with the viral, outsider-pop anthem "Everytime," Boy Pablo's Nicolas Muñoz has since found
himself more connected to his art than ever. While Boy Pablo initially started out as a project just for fun, Muñoz, now 21,
has since honed a cohesive, creative vision, becoming a fully-fledged force to be reckoned with in the indie-pop space. His
debut LP “Wachito Rico” (October 23) is a
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to his development as both a songwriter and a studio recording artist. Throughout the LP, Muñoz will take listeners through
the highs and lows of his alter-ego’s love story, which will be mirrored in an elevated calibre of music videos that go beyond
the calling-card shore visual of “Everytime.” Roadblocks aside, a through line of the album is Wachito Rico’s happy-go-lucky
attitude that keeps him grounded even when times are tough. But despite Wachito Rico’s presence as a character, the album
comes from a personal place for Muñoz, as the songs are derived from the joy and
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he’s experienced throughout his young
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. But even the heavier moments?like contemplating a breakup?are overshadowed by a lighter, Carpe Diem-esque tone.