In a music industry mostly dominated by men and where the artistic pressure between women is big, Paloma Mami, with her music and great looks, has positioned herself in the music charts. Without guidance, the 19-year-old Chilean-American singer pursued a career in music releasing her viral and independently produced single “Not Steady.” As of this article, the song and music video have 55,933,732 views, making Paloma Mami a Latin artist on the rise and catching the attention of  Sony Music Latin executives, her current record label. 

"I am super happy and grateful to say that I'm part of Sony Music Latin! This is just the beginning, and I am so looking forward to showing you the next job. The first Chilean in Sony Music Latin and I feel very blessed to be part of the team," wrote the singer on Instagram.

"'Not Steady' is the first song I ever made in my life. It was the first time I stepped into a studio," said the New York-born Chilean to Billboard. "My label manager at Sony discovered me in New York thanks to C.Tangan. They were both listening to my song in the car." 

According to the publication, Paloma describes her music as Latin urban R&B with “an elegant flow and is embracing Hispanic and North American culture in her music and style. “Living in New York has taught me a lot about the lingo, the way we talk and the attitude. My culture and my roots in Chile have taught me my Latina spice,” she says. 

Paloma also revealed that before singing a record deal she was clueless on how to launch her career; therefore, she decided to DM artists on Instagram and ask them for advice. “I’ve loved music since I was little,” she says. “I love to sing, but I never dared to do it in front of anyone. It was like my secret passion, and when I finally decided to make a career out of this, it’s been a really good journey.”

Under Sony Music Latin, she released the singles “No Te Enamores,” and “Fingías," both songs available in every music platform. “My first two songs are upbeat, but in this song, you can hear my growth. The flow is just different and I love the message it sends,” she says to Billboard.