Top 5 artists you should be listening to this week
This is AL DÍA’s musical selection for this week.
- Herencia de Timbiqui - Te Invito
This group of folk music has been positioning the sounds of the Colombian Pacific in the national and international scene for almost 20 years. Composed of 11 musicians from Timbiquí (Cauca), Herencia reformulates what we know as "World Music" and makes us dance with each of its songs.
Silvana Estrada is one of those young voices that join quality and folklore to move the deepest fibers with their lyrics. Originally from Veracruz, this 21-year-old singer is an invaluable pearl of contemporary Latin American music.
- Sara Hebe - El Marginal
When it comes to Hip-Hop in Spanish, the female voices get it done. This is the case of the Argentine Sara Hebe, who for years has fused cumbia, hip-hop and political lyrics in a manifesto.
- Estelares - Los Acertijos
With more than 20 years of experience, Estelares is another of those iconic groups of Argentina’s National Rock that continue to be reconfigured over the years. "Los Acertijos" was one of their most talked-about singles in 2015.
- Karamelo Santo - Causa Perdida
"Causa Perdida" is the last release of this legendary Argentinean band. For the fans of La Bersuit and La Mosca, Karamelo Santo is a fundamental group in the history of Latin American fusion rock.