Following his Triller-backed pop-up tour over the Summer, Peruvian Hip-Pop artist A.CHAL (@AlejandroChal) swings his sonic sword on a new single “Zorro.” Influenced by a strong Latin American ballad, the song features the NYC native’s velvety voice dragging us deep into the story of darker times in his life and will live on his soon-to-be-released “Far From GAZ” project .
“This song takes me back to a time of commotion when I was driving from state to state in my black truck with tinted windows. Dealing with all that pressure, I felt like Zorro. The music was inspired by Peruvian Boleros my dad would play when I was a kid,”
Born in Lima, Peru as a descendant of the Quechua people, A.CHAL was raised between the cities of Trujillo, Peru, and Queens, New York. Because of his multiculturalism, A.CHAL developed a unique sound punctuated with a fusion of indigenous Peruvian sounds, modern trap-soul sonics, and the sounds he consumed growing up on the east coast of the U.S., where he admired icons such as DMX, TheDiplomats, Lil Wayne, and Pharrell.