Cuban musicians Leoni Torres, Cimafunk and Brenda Navarrete merged their creative universes in a union that resulted within the song “Aunque sea un ratico,” which will probably be released in the following few days on digital music platforms.
Within the video clip of the song, the musicians move around a scenography situated within the Cuban countryside and show their ability to maneuver in numerous rhythms and sound registers. The theme is one other example of the new alliances in contemporary Cuban music to diversify the island’s sound scene.
The artists posted previews of the clip on their respective social networks and confirmed that they’re very satisfied with the results of the song.
Within the clip, the setting and communion achieved by these three musicians, who’ve a rising profession and a notable international profile, clearly stands out.
Leoni Torres, who recently released his new album Alma cubana under Marc Anthony’s Magnus Media recording label — a credit he shares with Cimafunk — and Brenda Navarrete overflows with talent and sensuality in equal measure in percussion, an instrument of which today she is a reference on the island.
Torres recently announced his first collaboration with the also Cuban Willy Chirino during a new work visit to Miami, and Cimafunk is preparing to return to the worldwide stages after giving the ultimate touches to his second record, which was previewed by the one “Cun Cun Prá.”
On his new record, the musician from Pinar del Río has worked with well-known producer Jack Splash, who has provided his services to artists of the caliber of Alicia Keys, Kendrick Lamar, John Legend, and CeeLo Gree, amongst others.
“Aunque sea un ratico” moves between a diversity of rhythms based on Cuban and Caribbean music and pop, a combination that guarantees to be included among the many hits of the following few months on the island’s sound scene.