BRATTY is the bedroom pop/garage/surf project led by Jenny Juárez, from Culiacán, Sinaloa.
When she was 16 years old, she started to play in restaurants and musical venues of the local “culichi” scene with an acoustic guitar. Beside this, she produced her first album in her bedroom. In March 2018, she released her debut EP, Todo Esta Cambiando, which featured 5 songs and an interlude. Later, her single “Sobredosis de Tempra” was placed in editorial and personal playlists throughout the country. Her song “Aquí” was featured on the Seattle radio station, KEXP.
In 2019, she released the single “Ropa De Bazar” with Ed Maverick, which has over 100 million streams on Spotify. Her debut album, Delusión, with 7 songs and a bonus track from which her successful song “Honey, Nos Estás.” Her musical influences are Snail Mail, Cherry Glazerr, Billie Eilish, Clairo, No Vacation, Best Coast, among others.
BRATTY is one of the first youngest Mexican women to break into the national alternative scene. During the pandemic, the Mexican singer was working hard and dedicated herself to creating music. Early 2021 she released a new version of “Chocolate y Nata” together with the Spanish Carlos Sadness. Later, she returned to the stage to be part of the virtual concert Noche Sad along with Daniel Quién, DRIMS, RENEE and Ed Maverick who gave her a recognition for 4 platinum discs for her single “Ropa de Bazar.”
Later her second album, tdbn (2021), was released. Jenny was producer along with Dan Solo (Technicolor Fabrics), Santiago Casillas (Little Jesus), Andru and Ángel Behar (Nörte). The musical concept of this production tries to convey hope and that things will be fine in the end. Remember with affection and nostalgia what has already happened, be it good or bad.
To close that year, BRATTY was named Mexican Radar Artist on Spotify, an important recognition granted by the streaming platform to new national artists. She was also part of Spotify Singles along with RENEE, making a cover of Karol G’s “Bichota.” She was also part of Fender’s My First Fender global campaign. And finally, she had her first tour across Spain where she shared stage with Cala Vento, Kiko Veneno, Sen Senra, Los Planetas and Panda Bear, among others.
By 2022, she has important collaborations such as Metronomy, Cuco, Mon Laferte, Girl Ultra, Kevin Kaarl, Álvaro Díaz, Bruses, Arrobanat, Cancamusa, Depresión Sonora, Rojuu and Ximena Sariñana on the way.

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