The artist and singer Samantha Hudson, recently chosen as best Spanish artist at the MTV EMA 2023, has been the first guest of the vodcast 'La Futura', the new bet from Bumble, TheCreative and Juno House.
Presented by Bibiana Ballbé, it is a joint project between the popular dating application, the creative agency and audiovisual production company, and the first Spanish club "conceived by and for women" through which female voices will pass and in which they will speak " of the things that empower and move women. This is highlighted in the official statement of the project.
In it, these "inspiring women" will remember their first step in love, life, culture and business, and will also discuss "such transcendental and current topics for all women" such as feminism, mental health, dating and relationships, motherhood and business leadership. "It's the vodcast you didn't know you needed," the writing states.
The presenter of the project, the Catalan journalist Bibiana Ballbé, has assured that 'La Futura' "is a speaker, a safe and inspiring space in which we talk about what empowers us and moves us, but also about our fears, our relationships, of our ambitions".
For her part, the Marketing Director at Bumble Spain, Alba Duran, has stated that "it is important to give voice not only to the achievements of incredible women who inspire the next generations, but also to create a new space that allows debate, amplify and diversify the narrative around dating, love and relationships and many other vital aspects in life."
Samantha Hudson is the star of the first episode of the vodcast, now available on platforms such as Spotify or YouTube. Throughout the talk, the artist, a Mallorcan by adoption, reviews her childhood in Magaluf and talks about the value of her circle of friends, her own bisexuality and the unconditional support of her family. .
The second installment of the vodcast is now available, with the comedian Raquel Córcoles, known as the 'Moderna de Pueblo', and it is also expected that the illustrator Coco Dávez or the director Leticia Dolera, among other guests of 'La Future'.