Video: "I don't stop loving you"

"I do not stop loving you" is our starting point, and you, the sense of our songs! We are happy to share our video with you !!! Thank you for celebrating with us on this special launch day.


"Colombia is the most diverse country in the world of sources for contemporary sounds. This is why I compared it with the Mississippi flow, which generated rock and country. Colombia is similar and I’m glad that the youth is noticing. They’re now going to the traditional teachers of gaitas and drums ... The rock of the world, which the English generated through their contact with their colonies or that which was generated by Elvis Presley… that rock it’s owned by other people. Mine is generated from Cumbia. Cumbia is my blues.” - Carlos Vives.

What a team! Berklee’ leaders came to visit Colombia. We were honored to have them and share with them our music! Thank you to Gaira Café, Carlos Vives and Claudia Elena Vásquez.

There's no doubt. Miami Sound Machine completely influenced the latin music industry. A gathering to remember forever with Gloria and Emilio Estefan.
Roger Brown, thank you for the picture.

Totó la Momposina received in 2015 the first Berklee Latin Masters Award given to a Colombian musician. It was a very powerful week with Totó and her percussionist son Marco Vinicio Oyaga. They shared with students and professors their music, tradition and history in different academic activities such as the production of a beautiful concert within the Berklee's Signature Series.
In this photo Oscar Stagnaro and Mili Bermejo gave this musical recognition to Totó la Momposina.

I invite you to listen to some of the songs that i've been composing over the years. Songs that are part of my three albums: "Que venga la vida", "Todo da vueltas" y "Muy cerca". Happy holydays for everyone!
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