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Published on Jun 23, 2016
La Hacienda Creative presents the Music Legacy Project
Colombia - Episode 1
Kombilesa Mi - "I Kelé" ("I Want")
Kombilesa Mi (“My friends” in the traditional Palenquero language) is a Palenque music group comprised of young Afro-descendents proud of their ancestral roots, who have taken on the task of resuming and innovate the empirical musical knowledge of San Basilio de Palenque and the Colombian Caribbean. Its main sound comes from the traditional instruments of the Palenque community, Tambora, Tambor Alegre, Marimbula, and Maracas, merged with elements of contemporary music, giving rise to Palenquero Folkloric Rap and thus produce a global sound based on the black roots of the Colombian coast. The songs are composed in the Palenquero language, Spanish and in a mixture of the two.
"A 360 demo of the song "I Kelé", which translated into English means "I Want". And we Kombilesa Mi want the Palenquero language and the culture of Palenque in general to be maintained because it is a great legacy left to us by our ancestors".
Members: Andris "Afro Neto" Padilla Julio (vocals), Ali Fernando Navarro Salas (vocals), Keila Regina Miranda Pérez (vocals), Edwin José Valdés Torres (maracas), José De Jesús Salas Valdés (vocals), Kendri Esperanza Cassiani Cásseres (tambora), Lino Manuel Herrera Pérez (tambora), Martin Elías Maza Simarra (llamador drum), Orlis Manuel Reyes Cañate (marimbula).
Genre: Rap Folkloriko Palenquero
Hometown : San Basilio De Palenque (Bolivar-Colombia)
Directed by Pierre Friquet Sound engineer: Gabriel Bocanegra Line Producer: Lucas Silva VR post-production: Luisa Valencia 3D spatialized audio Mix: Jera Cravo Coordination: Ana Cárdenas Music Research: Ons Barnat Executive Producer: Brian D'Oliveira