Rojas stressed the importance of Marti’s thought when reflecting the country he lives in his songs, in the contexts of each moment.
In that regard, he recalled the song ‘Todo el mundo cuenta,’ included in the ‘Pi 3,14’ album of 2011 and which the musicians consider one of their ‘most Marti-like albums (…) due to the sentiment of Cuban identity it encloses.’
‘That track is a summary of everything we wanted to express in the album, of the need to build a nation with all and for the sake of all. It is also from the need to understand all parties,’ the musician said in an interview with Granma newspaper on the 126th anniversary of Marti’s fall in combat on May 19.
According to the musician, Marti is someone to whom he always returns because the National Hero summarizes everything great and good, because he did not expect anything but his thought to survive him.
According to Rojas, Marti understood that all work was done for the sake of all, he understood will, effort and dedication to try to bring all together from the best side, the one that brings light.
‘He was very clear about human nature, the beast that dwells in every person and, of course, he spoke about the need for the best to prevail over that beast. Marti was capable of signing with blood everything he dreamed of, everything he loved. Marti was real,’ Rojas pointed out.