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AGUA PA CAMELLO (Surativa Parlante x Razteria) – Colombian Etno Afro beat

https://youtu.be/XOcdwuuWT7k
*Muy feliz de lanzar el primer video de Cruzando Corazones – “AGUA PA CAMELLO” una cancion etno-Afro Beat de Surativa Parlante de Bogotá, Colombia
*Very happy to release the first video from Cruzando Corazones – “AGUA PA CAMELLO” an ethno Afro Beat song by Surativa Parlante from Bogota, Colombia.
Title: Agua Pa Camello (Etno Afro beat)
Artist: Surativa Parlante (Bogota, Colombia) featuring Razteria / Renee Asteria
Album: Cruzando Corazones (2017), Asteria Records
Credits:
Recording: Árbol Naranja
Mix: Truffula Oak Studio
Master: Trakworx Studio
Video: Adriana Arizmendy & Agusto Vidal
Surativa Parlante from Bogota, Colombia, stands for Sud America Nativa, combining indigenous roots music and AfroBeat creating a sound they call Etno-AfroBeat. An original song by Surativa Parlante, Razteria adds lead/harmony vocals.
Epiara Murillo (alto sax and voice), Carlos Gómez (tenor sax), Camilo Bustos (bass), Daniel Giraldo (guitar), Nabhí Murillo (keys), Sergio Gómez & Diego Randolf (percussion), Juan Manzano (drums), Razteria (vocals)
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Cruzando Corazones VOL 1 has been Released!

I am so excited and honored to release CRUZANDO CORAZONES VOL 1 – Multi-Artist Latin EP – fusing bands/musicians/engineers from SF Bay area, Argentina, Bolivia and Colombia!

To support this project you can purchase on http://asteriarecords.bandcamp.com

ABOUT CRUZANDO CORAZONES:

After nearly a year-long production process integrating various studio engineers, Cruzando Corazones is an EP packed with powerful symbolism and colorful expressions of important issues. Please visit asteriarecords.com/cruzando-corazones for more information.

 

Cruzando Corazones represents a multitude of styles & artists from Bolivia, Argentina and Colombia:

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  1. Tiempos de Tinieblas (Hip Hop, Spanish)

by EDY a young rapper from Cochabamba, Bolivia

  1. Agua pa Camello (AfroBeat, Spanish/English)

by SURATIVA PARLANTE from Bogota, Colombia

  1. Suerte (Reggae, Spanish)

by KALIMBA from Bella Vista, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  1. Solo en la Carne (Rock/Jazz Spanish version of “Once Again”)

by LUCAS ROCHAIX from Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  1. Mosquito (Caribbean, Spanish)

by EMJE ROSE from Barranquilla, Colombia

  1. Todas las Voces (Folklore, Spanish)

by CELESTE Y LAS MIL JARILLAS from Patagonia, Argentina