Official Music Video for 'El Cuarto De Tula' feat. Maikel Ante, El Medico & Turbulence
Havana Meets Kingston is out !!!
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* Filmed & Directed in Cuba by El Medico
* Xclusiv dancecrew filmed in Kingston by Marcus Bird
* Produced by Mista Savona
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Bandcamp (WAV & all formats): https://mistasavona.bandcamp.com/
Sly Dunbar - drums
Gaston Joya - double bass
Winston 'Bopee' Bowen - guitar
Bongo Herman - Jamaican Percussion
Changuito, Yaroldy Abreu, Oliver Valdes - Cuban Percussion
Rolando Luna - Piano
Juan de la Cruz "Cotó" Perez - Tres
Julito Padrón - trumpet
Juan Carlos Marín Elósegui & Antonio Leal - Trombones
David Suárez - Saxophone
Jake Savona - Hammond Organ
Backup Vocals: Cotó, Ramón E. Padilla Pérez & El Medico
HAVANA MEETS KINGSTON: The Album & Film
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'Picture this - Kingston Meets Havana!' Although the two islands of Jamaica and Cuba are only miles apart, there has never been a recording project that truly fuses the music of the two islands together - until now.
HAVANA MEETS KINGSTON is a world first album due for release in November 2017. The project began in 2015 when Australian producer Mista Savona teamed up with Sly & Robbie, Bongo Herman, 'Bopee' Anderson and other legendary Jamaican musicians and personally flew them to Havana to work with members of the Buena Vista Social Club, Los Van Van, Havana Cultura & more. Alongside these highly experienced musicians Savona also scouted for young & up-and-coming artists from both countries, and it's this fusion of age, experience, culture and musical styles that makes this project so exceptional.
The joy in the studio and the sheer skill of the musicians involved has resulted in something truly unique and extraordinary. Recorded at the famous Egrem Studios in Havana, the project is called HAVANA MEETS KINGSTON and will be released in two parts - album #1 in 2017, with album #2 and a feature documentary following in 2018. Our first introductory video has already gone viral!
Watch here: https://www.facebook.com/havanameet...
The first single to be unleashed from this amazing project is ‘Carnival', featuring Jamaican born vocalist Randy Valentine and Cuban singer Solis. It is a triumphant anthem and a song that speaks of the transformative power of music & dance. With its hypnotic rolling basslines, deep roots reggae feel and strong Afro-Cuban influence 'Carnival' is a song that may well open a new chapter in the history of Caribbean music. Sung in both English and Spanish, it switches effortlessly between the sounds and languages of the two islands and yet somehow feels completely natural and catchy - despite the very different rhythms and traditions of Cuban and Jamaican music.