Benjamín Walker’s music is inspired by Latin American beats, pop-rock and folk and its main played on the acoustic guitar, creating nuanced and intimate songs. Aged 21, he recorded his first album called Felicidad (2014), showing his ability as a singer-songwriter and his diverse range of styles. After becoming a fixture on the Chilean music scene, he travelled to Mexico, Colombia and the United States to perform his music. He came back to Chile to record his second album, Brotes, produced by Javier Barría, showing a more intimate side and exploring acoustic and experimental musical concepts. This last album earned him a nomination for best singer-songwriter at the 2018 Pulsar Awards, as well as giving him the opportunity to be the warm-up act for Pedro Aznar’s tour celebrating 35 years of making music.