Daughters of a traditional flamenco guitarist from Cordoba, Spanish pop sensation Las Ketchup comprises sisters Lola, Lucía and Pilar Muñoz.
Born and raised in southern Spain, known for its Andalusian traditions (flamenco and bullfighting among them) Las Ketchup emerged with a mix of Spanish rumba, Latin pop and Jamaican reggae. Their first single "Aserejé," named after the 1979's old-school rap multi-platinum seller and radio hit "Rapper's Delight" by Sugarhill Gang and arranged by Manuel "Queco" Ruiz became a local smash. Their debut album called Las Hijas del Tomate followed soon after. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi