That’s what the last guitarist that was in Guns N’ Roses does

DJ Ashba begins a new journey in music launch “Malosa” with his companion Nathalia Ashba. This song has hints of dance/rock where the former Guns N’ Roses guitarist he wanted to call it GDM, ie Guitar Dance Music. (Going through Blabbermouth.net)

“Malosa” is sung entirely by Natyashand was co-produced by her husband Ashba, as the music producer they wanted to have JP on the track since they know their work in Connecticut. Prior to the song’s release, the final mixing and mastering touches were done by Luca Pretolesi of StudioDMI.

In early 2022, the Colombian influencer released the original version of this song. This subject according to a press release “received critical acclaim in high profile media, such as Billboard Argentina, UnivisiĆ³n, Extra, among others“.

The 50-year-old musician said: “When I first heard ‘Malosa’ I was blown away and knew I had to do a GDM remake. I teamed up with JP On Da Track, taking her original vocals and creating a whole new theme around her. Our goal was to seamlessly blend the sounds of Latin music, EDM and rock, resulting in a unique fusion of all three genres.

Instead, the Colombian comments: “Ashba’s “Malosa” is a masterpiece. You’re going to want to listen to it over and over again, simply because you’ve never heard anything like it before. It’s GDM’s first Latin song and I’m very proud to be part of it.“.

The video for “Malosa” reached almost 400,000 views on YouTube.



Last year DJ Ashba released “Bella Ciao”, would mark a before and after in his professional career because this song was the first solo project of the former member of the Californian group. As of today, the song which was released on October 28, 2021 shows a Modern EDM-focused classic Italian folk style. Although nothing can resist this musician, since after this release he continued to share a series of songs that had been released in 2020 via Edgeout Records/UMG/UMe, including “Hypnotic”, “Let’s go dancing” there “A Christmas Storm”.

At the end of 2020, Ashba had quite a few negative reviews from her fans because they didn’t like the direction her career was taking. “Honestly, I’m at a point in my career where I don’t care. I do not care. If people don’t like it, fuck my ass. I got a rock band, if you like it, let ’em play these songs again.”

He continued: “Thank goodness my fans have been, throughout my career, very, very tolerant. They know me and they know that I’m always trying to break out of the bench as an artist.

“Playing music is an art form, and if I can’t really be an artist and stay true to what’s inside of me, no matter what drives me…I gotta stay inspired. They can’t be written a lot of three-chord rock songs. So for me, it’s something I do more for myself, and I feel like I’ve earned it at this stage of my career. And I’m just having fun. I was hoping all my fans would hate it, they wouldn’t get it because it’s festival music. My rock fans were really scared, which scared the crap out of me. I was hoping they wouldn’t get it or shelve it. But they’ve only been supportive. I’m so glad they gave it a chance .


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