When Jarina De Marco burst onto the music scene, her audacious pop flair made waves. Today, she takes us on a journey with her debut full-length album, “Caribbean All Inclusive Luxury,” a sumptuous medley of tropical rhythms and soft-power-reggaeton, with a twist of satire.

The album serves as a commentary on the tourism industry of De Marco’s homeland, the Dominican Republic. Questioning the dynamics of tourists indulging in the country’s luxuries that its own inhabitants may not often enjoy, the album takes listeners on an ethereal voyage through the Caribbean. The immersive sounds of water accompany each track, embodying the island vibes.

“Boca Chica,” the opening track and soon-to-be released video on September 7, encapsulates the perspective of a local observing tourists living “la buena vida.” This is followed by “MASA,” a collaboration with Dominican artists mediopicky and Calacote, reflecting acceptance and the allure of evolving bodies, showcased through a surrealistic renaissance painting-themed video.

Amidst the vibrant tracks, “Coca-Cola,” featuring Emmanuel Horvilleur, stands out as a seductive piece with Jarina’s sensuous voice echoing “yo soy la ultima coca-cola del desierto.”

As the album unfolds, we’re treated to an eclectic blend of lust-filled tracks, ranging from “Electrico,” featuring Diego Raposo, to the refreshing “Daiquiri.” “Fuego Lento,” featuring mediopicky, ingeniously draws a parallel between passion and food. The literal journey through Boca Chica reaches its climax at “Pool Bar,” with Jarina playfully suggesting, ‘metete a nadar/ y yo te doy un CPR.’ Culminating the musical journey, “Pelo” delivers a fierce ending, lamenting a deceitful lover.

Though this marks De Marco’s inaugural full-length album, her music catalog is rich. Her track “Tigre” from the “Broad City” series in 2016 set the tone for her flourishing career, leading to placements in major titles such as “Euphoria,” “Fast and Furious 9,” and “Sing 2.” Her EP “Malcriada” received acclaim from notable platforms like The Fader and Paper Magazine, praising its audacious sound. Additionally, her collaborative projects with artists like Empress Of and Dylan Brady of 100 Gecs speak to her versatility.

“Caribbean All Inclusive Luxury” is an immersive experience. Its seductive rhythms and poignant themes resonate deeply, making it a must-listen.

Caribbean All Inclusive Luxury is available on all streaming platforms now.