Soy Antillano is the 11th song from the album Betances suena así from The documentary "El Antillano" that pay tribute to Ramón Emeterio Betances and the legacy of the Puerto Rican hero Ramón Emeterio Betances is still alive and reverberating musically among the Puerto Rican youth.
This musical project serves as a culmination for what has been the documentary 'El Antillano', which has received great acceptance.
Among the artists is the singer-songwriter and producer Tito Auger, coordinator and creator of this musical concept, and the interpreter Pirulo Rosado, leader of the Tribe. Other salseros, like the singers Juan Pablo Diaz, Willito Otero and Juan Jose Hernandez, of San Juan Habana.
In addition to Tito Auger, Pirulo and the Tribe, Juan Pablo Díaz, Willito Otero and Pleneros de la Cresta, the singer and percussionist Bebo Rodríguez, the Bataklán bomb group, the singer-songwriter Mikie Rivera, the Mijo de The Palm, the singer Lizbeth Roman, the reguetonero Benyo "the Multifacetico", the singer-songwriter Chabela Rodríguez and the troubadour boy Sebastián Andrés.
The CD also includes several themes presented in the film, as an unpublished subject of the Dominican-Puerto Rican rapper Stanley Rosario and another of the binomial hip hop Intifada, both written precisely for the film. Also, the production counts on two poems, one recited by the Haitian Jean Jean and another by the Puerto Rican Hermes Ayala.
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