Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Cumbancha Discovery presents the funky Latin reggae grooves of Sarazino. Amazing new album "Ya Foy!" available now

:: First International Release from the SARAZINO project is In Stores TODAY! ::

Sarazino blends elements of Latin pop, reggae, funk, African, French and Arabic music with a fun, upbeat vibe to create grooving party music for a globalized world. The appealing and infectious sound of "Ya Foy!" will appeal to fans of Manu Chao, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Juanes and other stars of creative and catchy Latin music.

Sarazino is the brainchild of Lamine Fellah, a musician, songwriter and producer whose nomadic life is reflected in the multicultural influences in his songs. Fellah is joined by several prominent musicians on Ya Foy! (which means “no problem” in the Dioula language of West Africa). Many songs feature the inspired vocals of Revelino Aguidissou, a native of Benin, Africa, as well as Ecuadorian guitarist Pablo Estrella, reggae legend Toots Hibbert of Toots and the Maytals, Latin toaster Blanquito Man from the ska-rock band King Chango and others. Fellah also collaborated with a number of lyricists, including Isidro García, a Spanish poet who wrote the words for more then half of the songs on the album. The result of this musical mélange is a savory stew of catchy, accessible songs that offer a soundtrack for a true world party.

Click Here to watch a behind the scenes video of the recording of "People" with guest artist Toots Hibberts from Toots and the Maytals:

Click Here to download a FREE track from Ya Foy!

The whole album may be purchased from your favorite online or retail store:

You can follow Sarazino on your favorite network:

No comments: