LISTEN: Tokischa Heads In a Pop-Reggaeton Direction With New Song ‘Sol’

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Tokischa is kicking off a new chapter in her career. Last night (May 30), the Dominican superstar released her new single, “Sol,” via her own record label.

Last week, Tokischa announced that she had launched her own record label. Along with manager Angelica Piche, she joined forces with Warner Music Latina to start SOL. The imprint is also being supported by Atlantic Records. Through the label, Tokischa will release her future music and sign new artists. She hopes to support the talent of the next generation of artists who aren’t afraid to push boundaries like herself.

To christen the record label, Tokischa dropped her new single, which is also called “Sol.” She pushes reggaeton in an alternative direction with elements of pop and dance music in the mix. Tokischa sings about partying the night away until the daylight breaks. The song also has an empowering message about how the sun will always shine through difficult times.

In addition to helping globalize dembow music from the Dominican Republic, Tokischa is known for proudly supporting the LGBTQ+ community. As an openly bisexual artist, she has released anthems for her queer fans, like “Estilazo” with Marshmello and “Ride Or Die, Pt. 2” with Sevdaliza and Villano Antillano. Last night, she kicked off her Nací Perra Pride Tour at the Sound in Del Mar, CA. Tokischa will celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride Month throughout June with concerts across the U.S.

Next month, Tokischa will also perform at multiple LGBTQ+ Pride festivals, including LadyLand Festival, Toronto Pride, and LA Pride 2024 In The Park. Latine pop icon Ricky Martin will headline the latter festival. Puerto Rican singer RaiNao is also on the LA Pride In The Park line-up with Tokischa and Ricky. Tokischa’s Nací Perra Pride Tour will wrap up in Hollywood, FL, on June 30. She is currently the most-streamed Dominican woman on Spotify, with over 16 million monthly listeners. 

Listen to “Sol” below.