Carlos Vives and ChocQuibTown pay tribute to the Sierra Nevada – Music and Books – Culture

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The melody that was written by Vives and Kogiman, a production company founded by Martín Velilla and Andrés Leal, and which seeks to revive the country’s native rhythmsincludes the sound of birds and streams characteristic of this indigenous region of Colombia.

The video was recorded between Miami and Santa Marta and was directed by Sergio Rodríguez and Carlos Andrés Valencia from the audiovisual house ‘Mestiza Films’.This is the third collaboration between Carlos Vives, ‘Goyo’, ‘Slow Mike’ and ‘Tostao’, after having released the hits ‘El mar de tus ojos’ and ‘Ay Dios’ in 2014 and 2020, respectively.

In the songs you can see him with artists of the stature of the Argentine Fito Paéz, ‘Black Eyed Peas’ and Play-N-Skillz, among other international performers.

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With ‘Teke-Teke’, a song he has with the American group, he has already achieved great harvests, since today he already has more than 2.8 million views on YouTube in two months of release.

It is worth mentioning that the samarian artist has been nominated in two categories at the 2022 Youth Awards, which will be held on July 21, at the José Miguel Agrelot Auditorium in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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