Top 5 of Hispanic Artists you should be listening to
This is AL DÍA's musical recommendation where you will find the best Hispanic artists that often go unnoticed.
After becoming known as the vocalist of the band Kameleba, Darío Alturria took his first step towards the solo career during 2015 thanks to his experience in Jamaica with the help of artists like Duane Stephenson (The Wailers). "Quinto Sol" is part of his 2018 production.
Another of the Argentine artists who have decided to go solo is Sofía Trucco "Sof Tot," member of the band Fémina. Fusing Latin American folklore, electronic beats, and hip hop improvisations, Trucco released her first single, "En Lo Que Creo Me Convierto," last year.
Nella Rojas is one of the most powerful Venezuelan artists of the Latino scene in the United States. After training at the Berklee College of Music, Nella's musical proposal combines Venezuelan folklore, Andalusian colors, and deep melancholy. "Volveré a mi Tierra" is her latest release, and it’s a song to the reality that her homeland lives.
Another symbol of the Venezuelan musical exodus is the collective Sisah, a combination of several artists based in different cities who rethink experimentation and "futuristic pop." "Vida" is part of their 2018 UNO album.
Between the Afro-Caribbean flavor and funk’s groove, this Cartagena group is at the forefront of Colombian alternative music. "Organic, without machines or synthesizers," the proposal of Funkcho Salas and Andrés Mordecai has been consolidated in their new album "Tunsé.”