A chant of resistance and love for nature, the album includes songs featuring Cuban composers and musical groups, such as Omara Portuondo, Alexander Abreu, Osain del Monte, Kumar Sublevao-Beat, Negro WadPro, Omi and Wesli, Frasis, Luis Barberia, Pedrito Martinez, and Yusa and her group Habana Sana.
Also noteworthy are the songs with Ana Torroja (a former member of the Spanish pop band Mecano) and Munir Hossn, from Brazil, who joined the project, launched under the Colibri music label.
‘The blessed waters have arrived, full of charms to drive waves, algae, shells, all the strength of the echo of the depths,’ the rapper announced on her Facebook profile.
Join this intense swing, full of love, rhythm and melody, noted the singer, who celebrates with this album her 20 years of artistic career, after the albums ‘A Diario’ (2007), ‘Libre’ (2014) and ‘Fuerza Arara’ (2018), for which she deserved the Cubadisco Award in urban music and nominations for the Latin Grammy and Canada’s Juno Awards.
Dedicated to Yemaya, a deity of the Yoruba religion, the album constitutes the point of convergence of the muses of Telmary, who bet on a sonority that invites to think and dance.