Like a bright flame tree blooming in the spring, Camila Luna stands out from the crowd. With only one EP under her belt, the Spanish-language Flamboyán, Luna has already made national headlines thanks to her Latin Grammy nomination last year for Best Pop/Rock Album. Written by la cantante herself and produced by José Luis Pardo of Los Amigos Invisibles, the EP was officially released in 2014. However, it wasn't until 2015 that Luna's música was discovered by the industry at large. Best described as a mix of smooth, tropical vibes with a touch of reggae, Luna's acoustic guitar and soft voice are the main instruments on the title track, "Flamboyán." But in simplicity — the music video for her single "Flamboyán" was filmed using her iPhone in her grandmother's backyard in Puerto Rico — is where the singer shines. Although Luna didn't take home el premio for Best Pop/Rock Album last year, the singer isn't slowing down — the University of Miami alumna made an appearance at this year's Premio Juventud, recently dropped the single "Siento," and has been performing everywhere from the 305 to Madrid. The future is looking mighty bright for this Miami girl.