Thursday, February 24, 2011

Calle 13 and urban beats to jump the public place in Viña del Mar (+ photos)

Viña del Mar (Chile), 24 feb (EFE) .- The urban rhythms of Puerto Rican Calle 13 began to "jump" to the public of Viña del Mar and became a party the third day of the festival with a performance in which Chilean artists shared the stage with the likes of Inti Illimani Histórico and young talents. He had already announced René Pérez, Residente, the voice of the duo Calle 13, in the press conference prior to his performance: "It should be a requirement of the international festival for artists to collaborate with the Chileans." So true to their word, and the idea of serving as a bridge to show what you're doing musically in Latin America, the duo launched to the scene of Viña del Mar by the Chilean group of funk-rock Chancho en Piedra to interpret the "Dance of the poor." "We come to enjoy, have fun, and I do not enjoy it because he's dead," was the rallying cry with which resident "shirtless and with the motto" Strength Mapuche " writing back, "began to jump into the audience at the Quinta Vergara.

The release of energy in the movements of resident and sharp lyrics and electronic beats from the duo were quickly enter the public heat Vineyard, and totally committed to the Caribbean echo "There is nobody like you." "Let's misbehave "was the song performed by Calle 13 and his band, before Resident thank the public of the Quinta Vergara by a huge banner reading" Happy Birthday René, "referring to the 33 anniversary of the sharp voice of Calle 13." Calle 13 is not regaetton is music, "he claimed before pouncing on" Come and Criticame "and one of the successes that catapulted him to popularity:" Atrevete-Te-Te! ".

"Thanks Chile for the bastard chorus. I love you from A to Z, "cried Vina Resident public once the subject. The most emotional of the evening came with the interpretation of the song "America", the duo's latest album, "Come those who want" (2010), a topic path between rage and hope, during which the Chilean folk group Inti Illimani Histórico and the young Chilean singer Camila Moreno.

"The reason I came over here was for you and for making this topic. Part of the verses of this song I wrote here in Chile, "said the" minstrel "Calle 13, while the musicians sounded Inti Illimani charango, Camila Moreno played a Visiting sense mixed chorus and sound. With the "Cumbia of the boring" returned Caribbean rhythms and the band took the stage Yatiris folk, who, along with dancers in colorful costumes performed the music for the feast of La Tirana, a popular celebration in northern Chile.

At this point, the musicians of Calle 13 interrupted the concert to present him with a cake and sing resident, along with the 15,000 members of the public, "Happy Birthday" to René. "I asked for one wish I do not want to destroy the Chilean Patagonia with hydropower, "he revealed René, before singing the songs" Bullet "," It goes all "and" Pal Norte, "the latter dedicated to all immigrants.

After more than an hour and a half concert, Calle 13 at Viña closed her party with "Quiet Village" and "Feast of fools." "Everyone is included here, on Calle 13, Residente shouted before finishing the concert and off stage to literally immerse the audience in the Quinta Vergara. Javier M.


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