An alternative solution flamenco act from Madrid based around vocalist and dancer Elsa Rovayo, La Shica performs a method of music produced from flamenco in addition to copla that incorporates areas of both hip-hop and pop. Blessed in Ceuta, an autonomous town in the Mediterranean coastline of Spain, simply east from the Strait of Gibraltar, Rovayo transferred to Madrid at age group 15 to teach being a bailaora (we.e., flamenco dancer). Though she proved helpful for years being a dancer within the tablaos of the administrative centre town, she also harbored performing ambitions. Eventually, she fulfilled and befriended fellow tablao performer Fernando de la Rúa, a flamenco guitarist from Brazil. Both decided to type a musical group, originally contacting it Dios los Cría. Around 2004 Rovayo devoted herself to music instead of dancing and, placing her tablao function behind her, shaved her mind along the way. Now known as La Shica (the name a mention of Rovayo’s little size), the music group begun to attract a pursuing in Madrid; an Oct 2005 interview with Flamenco-world.com was helpful, framing them seeing that an up-and-coming choice flamenco group. La Shica afterwards signed a documenting agreement with Warner GROUP and released the full-length debut record Trabajito de Chinos in 2008. The record includes a couple of significant collaborations — “Carnes Paralelas” with Miguel Poveda and “Vicio” with Miguel Campello, the vocalist of Elbicho — in addition to lead one “Zíngara Rapera,” that a promo video was filmed.