Harrison Cone Embraces Both Love And Hispanic Heritage In “Sentirte”

Born in Englewood, Colorado, Harrison Cone has had a passion for music from a young age. He learned both the piano and guitar from his father at a young age and hasn't stopped since. Harrison’s music is a smooth blend of R&B/hip-hop inspired alternative indie-pop. He credits his main inspirational artists and influences as Justin Bieber, Charlie Puth, 80s music, Bob Dylan, Post Malone, Pop/Urbano Latino music, and Xxxtentacion.


Harrison strives the write meaningful lyrics that his fans and listener can connect with on a deeper level. He strives the paint a realistic picture of what he has gone through in order to make his music accessible for people from all walks of life. Vulnerability is key to be an admired artist and Harrison gets that. As someone who struggled with his mental health, Harrison Cone has never been more passionate about his message.


Harrison Cone’s latest release “Sentirte” is an urban-pop Latin-inspired dance song. Fusing both his life experiences of his first romantic relationship and his love for his Hispanic heritage on his father’s side, Harrison created a Latin pop crossover hit! Some of the lyrics are delivered in Spanish and it completely captivates and adds the element of romance that we love. “Sentirte” proves to be both versatile and completely catchy and satisfying. It absolutely puts Harrison Cone on the map in a big way through these coming months.

Check out “Sentirte” here and read more with Harrison in our exclusive interview below!

"Sentirte" obviously had a powerful underlying story to it. Are you able to dive deeper into the honest meaning of the track?

It was honestly all about love and lust in a romantic teenage relationship and the strong emotions you feel when you first meet someone that you are strongly attracted to. I wanted to make a song that was an upbeat party song because I've done quite a few sensitive songs, and I wanted to elevate my mood as well as others. I deal with anxiety and depression and this song helped me feel happy. I really feel that finding your sexuality is so important and this song celebrates that. I also sang it in both English and Spanish. I was inspired by Latino Artists that I love, and I wrote the song to celebrate my Hispanic heritage on my Dad's side. It is one of the first Pop/Latino songs I've written. I've never fit into a genre box or an ethnicity box.

"Sentirte" is flooded with absolute passion and emotion. What emotions were crucial to channel when creating this song?

I wrote the music with a fun tropical vibe full of excitement while the lyrics expressed the passion and romance that I was feeling about a romantic relationship I was having. To be honest, I was really feeling a sexy lustful infatuation vibe while writing and singing the song.

How do you personally feel about live performance? Would you say that you prefer the live performance aspect of music more over the writing/recording process?

I'm 16 and I've been in a studio writing and producing music for the last 3 years, growing and developing as a musician/producer/singer who plays all the instruments and beats for my songs. I love creating while singing in my studio. It's where I'm most at home. I look forward to hopefully going out on tour soon though.

It was amazing showcasing "Sentirte" to our listeners, and getting to know you as an artist in the process! Any words you'd like to leave the BuzzMusic community off with?!

Yeah, thank you so much for having me and listening to my music! I really had fun doing this! Follow me on @Harrisoncone on Instagram, Snapchat and Tik Tok. My Twitter is @harrisoncone1, and I'm on all streaming services. I will continue to show how hard I'm willing to work as an Artist for all of you. Keep listening! I love you all so much. Bad Bunny, J Balvin, and A. Chal inspired me to do this Pop/Urbano Latino song and I hope they hear this and want to collab. I would love to produce many great Artists out here in LA!