"Trigger" is New York City dance vocalist Maluca's sexy latest single, and welcomes her respected voice back to the tropical party. As if remembering that she's the vocalist who slayed Dillon Francis and Diplo's "Que Que," Dutch producer Astronutz Music quickens the dembow-laced "Punany Riddim" and adds chilled atmospherics to create a breezy, yet low-end thumping moombahton banger. If a neophyte to understanding that not all Carribean-based dance rhythms and riddims are not the same, you could easily consider Maluca's 2009-released and Diplo-produced single "El Tigeraso" a moombahton precursor. "Speed merengue" is actually a thing, but didn't quite succeed in wholly bringing Latin flavors into the underground-to-mainstream EDM space.

Five years and "Que Que" later, moombahton is an established sound and Maluca can be considered moombahton's most successful female vocalist to date. Now available for sale, "Trigger" is the first single from her forthcoming RPM Music EP to be released in 2015, a year that will also see Maluca confirmed as featuring on album releases of the likes of Robyn and Brodinski. As well, "Trigger" will feature forthcoming remixes from Mad Decent's ETC!ETC!, Brenmar, Fade to Mind affiliate Rizzla, and Mess Kid.