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Mau and Ricky, ChocQuibTown and other Latino artists share their “origins” on Facebook

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The interviews will be available on the Facebook pages of each of the artists. Fonseca, Sael, Sofía Reyes, among others, will also join.

Aymee Nuviola, Mau and Ricky and ChocQuibTown are some of the 15 Latino artists who star Origins (Latin Rhythms), a series of interviews in which various musicians discuss their beginnings and which are available on Facebook.

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The first group of interviews that Facebook launched on Monday, December 20, also includes, in addition to those mentioned, Cimafunk, Dylan Fuentes, Esteman, iLe, Joel DELEÕN, Luis Figueroa, Morelli and Paula Arenas.

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Representatives of the social network indicated in a statement that Joining the roster in 2022 will be Fonseca, Sael, Sofía Reyes and Bodine, all of whom offer a wide variety of genres and rhythms.

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“From sharing heartfelt anecdotes about her education and heritage, as well as the influences behind her songs and lyrics, it all reveals the heartbeat behind her greatest inspirations and successes,” the statement highlighted.

Interviews will be available on each artist’s Facebook pages.

Recorded in an intimate tone, in her case the Cuban Nuviola remembers her musical origins in front of the cameras, brings to light memories about the smells of the family home and highlights the importance of singing in Spanish, a language “very clear but which can also be very deep, “he says.

“We learned to respect and know our origin,” says Gloria ‘Goyo’ Martínez, in the chapter dedicated to the Colombian group ChocQuibTown.

Ricardo Montaner’s children, Mau and Ricky, remembered “the smell in the morning” when they went to school; what they enjoyed eating mango with salt; They commented that their father has always been extraordinary and that he is very good at playing table football.

Venezuelans indicated that one of their influences was the duo Servando y Florentino. “The love that people gave them was something that I saw and it was crazy …”, said Ricky. (E)

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