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Natti Natasha on Executive Producing YouTube’s ‘Bravas’ Series: ‘It’s a Voice for Women’

Natti Natasha is kicking off a new stage in her career as an executive producer for YouTube Originals’ upcoming series Bravas.

The eight-episode series, produced by Cinema Giants and directed and executive produced by Jessy Terrero, tells the story of three friends and aspiring artists –Mila (Audri Nix), Roja (Nohemy) and Ashley (Amanda Antonella) — who form a musical group called La Milagrosa and are on a mission to find their place in the world.

“Through music, they want to talk about the issues that are happening in their lives,” Natti Natasha tells Billboard. “They are using their voices to vent as women. We’re going to see the things that girls and women go through in order to reach their goals, such as people not believing in you and the sacrifices.”

Bravas, which is written and produced by Kisha Burgos, is also a celebration of Latin music and culture.

“I immediately said ‘yes,’” Natti said of her role as executive producer. “This is my first time ever and I’m very happy. I’m always going to try to serve as a platform and be a voice for all girls and women.”

The series, which began developing before the global pandemic, also counts the participation of artists such as Wisin, Jon Z, De La Ghetto and more. “They’re all going to be acting. It’s going to be interesting to see them in this light,” Natti says.

Bravas will premiere at 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday on Natti Natasha’s YouTube channel. Watch the trailer below:

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