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Under the name Al Quetz, Quetzal presents his new album, titled La Sombra De La Palma.
Immersed in Latin and Afro-American music since childhood, he became active in 1995 influenced by the New York hip hop scene of the early 1990s. Following the 2006 release of Tribute, a soul-inspired duet produced with Onra, he returned in 2009 with the Jamaican and Latin flavored Vision, his first solo record.

 CLICK HERE TO STREAM: La Sombra De La Palma

Here is the second track from Al Quetz’s masterpiece habanologia called "La Sombra De La Palma" featuring mad flutists from La Réunion Island Niko Coyez and jazz French superstar keyboardist Florian Pellissier.

Now, on La Sombra De La Palma, he turns to the true birthplace of rhythm, back to the source of the beat, where percussion leads to trance and allows listeners access to the true essence of things. A militant record, a voodoo ceremony bringing political reflection, the "Drums" as a therapy to oppression.

Mixed in collaboration with Guts, and featuring Dela and Kankick, Drums Come from Africa travel from Nigeria to Ghana, overlapping the way of the earth with each driving percussive impact. Al Quetz nourishes our ears as well as our reflection.

It's an upbeat and lively song, with major and happy vibes here. Feels like a sunny afternoon sipping rum in a crowded street of la Habana, Cuba. Hope you'll enjoy it as much as we.

Al Quetz music styles are African music, Chill hip-hop, Experimental jazz, Hip-hop, Latin music Authentic, Chill, Engaged, Indie, Lo-fi, Melancholic, Melodic, Midtempo, Dreamy, Original, Relax, Romantic, Tropical, Underground, and Strong universe.

Available on Spotify, Composer, International potential, and Supported artist.



INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/habanologia/

SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6lDtqF52GeFjpg1zKm7Zre


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