Duina del Mar Featured in El Especial

Duina del Mar … Magic and wise

 

The Colombian singer’s songs blend Caribbean charm and urban rhythms. Despite his youth, is very clear what he wants for his musical future.

Salvatore Laudicina | 12/29/2014, 24:44
Duina del Mar ... Magic and wise

The Colombian Duina del Mar | DR

Duina the Sea does not appear in this century. His voice, slow and tenuous recalls the magical realism of Gabriel García Márquez. Their answers reveal a deep woman ahead of her years.

Although it could afford to sing jazz or blues, has a wide musical culture, she decided to go for the fusion of Caribbean and urban. Do not do it for marketing.

Since I started singing, was clear that no one would impose sounds to rock your letters or a way to interpret.

“I’m not interested in becoming a commercial boom. I want to build a solid career. Music is my passion, my oxygen. I would not feel right playing a letter just to sell, “said the Colombian.

During his recent visit to Miami to promote the theme “As you dance,” The Especialito spoke with this young talent of his influences, reggaeton and filming the video for the song in his native country.

The Especialito: Musically How Duina del Mar defined?

Duina del Mar: It’s a difficult question, yet I could not respondérmela. I am a mixture of many genres and styles. I keep on exploring my music and sound.

Maybe that’s why I took to prepare my record. I will be out in 2015. I’m very quiet. Every song has my personal seal.

At this point in my life, I could say that my style is an urban caribeño- pop, with lyrics that sing of love, heartbreak and the everyday things of life.

The Especialito: What are your musical influences?

Duina del Mar: There are many. I studied Jazz. I love Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday. I’m also a fan of Aretha Franklin, Caetano Veloso and Caribbean sounds.

Honestly, I have never tied to a particular musical style. I think it is risky for the growth of an artist.

Read the full interview in the paper editions of The Especialito in New York, New Jersey or Miami. For more information call us at 201-348-1959

 

Win Tickets to See Duina Del Mar Live at Mega Fest

Colombia’s own sexy songstress, Duina Del Mar will be taking the stage at Mega Fest 2014 in Bogota. In lieu of her hot new single, “Como Lo Bailas Tu” (meaning “the way you dance it”), Duina wants to see you dance! Submit your video on YouTube showing us how you dance to win two tickets to 2014 Mega Fest on September 13th!

Watch the lyric video for “Como Lo Bailas Tu” below. The anticipated official video is set for release later this month.

 

Duina Del Mar Drops New Single “Como Lo Bailas Tu”

“Como Lo Bailas Tú” (meaning “How You Dance It” in English) is the title of Colombian songstress, Duina del Mar‘s anticipated new single premiere. Following the success of “Besarte La Boquita,” a song that remained on the national radio charts for 27 weeks and became one of the highest-ranked songs on iTunes Colombia, Duina del Mar brings about another surprise; “Como Lo Bailas Tu,” a fresh and forceful song.

“Como Lo Bailas Tu” is the second single off Duina’s new project, launching to radio with the promise to become one of the hottest songs of the summer.

A Universal Music/ 21 Sunshine release, “Como Lo Bailas Tu” was produced by Cabas and co-produced by Duina del Mar in Miami with Andres Recio and Duina as the executive producers of the song. On Monday, July 21st Duina del Mar shot the video for the single in Bogota, which will soon be available on VEVO. Stay tuned!

Watch the lyric video for Como Lo Bailas Tu:

Adiana Lucia Composes Marc Anthony’s “Volver a Comenzar”

Colombian singer/songwriter, Adriana Lucia, is taking another big step in her artistic career as a songwriter collaborating recently with Marc Anthony on his eleventh studio album, 3.0, and the first official salsa album in over a decade.

“Volver a Comenzar,” written and composed by the Cordoba-born artist, with the arrangements and production under the direction of Sergio George and Marc Anthony, is the second song on the album and was released July 23rd. The song is a plea of love full of uncertainties projecting a fresh start of hope: “Today I have thirst for you, I want to love, come to heal my wounds and see all the good and best of me.”

“I am very excited and is an honor to learn that Marc included my song on his new album. As soon as I found out through my manager Andres Recio that he was looking for songs for his new album I started writing. I thought it should be a theme that he could sing and feel; I focused on his life and how we have come to know and respect him as a great artist and singer,” says Adriana Lucia.

The performer and 2008 Latin Grammy nominee who will be celebrating 15 years of musical career on 2014, is finishing the recording of her new album -the sixth of her career- produced by Jose Gaviria. Including all her hits, the live DVD will also include a documentary-film type that displays her roots as an artist and the musical expressions of her native Cordoba.

Adriana Lucia to Headline 37th National Porro Festival

Colombian recording artist, Adriana Lucia, was elected ambassador at the 37th National Porro Festival ceremony that launched on June 19th at the Julio Mario Santo Theatre in Bogotá, Colombia. Porro is the name given to a musical genre and its accompanying dance, which developed on the Colombian Caribbean coast.

Adriana Lucia and her band will return to her native city, Cordoba as headliner of the Festival on July 1st to perform the hit, “Vuelvo a Respirar.

Vuelvo a Respirar from 21 Sunshine on Vimeo.

Duina Del Mar Opens for Alejandro Sanz

Duina del Mar owned the stage at the Coliseo El Campin in Bogota while opening for fellow Spanish singer-songwriter, Alejandro Sanz as part of his 2013 Latin American tour. The Colombian songstress came out in her trademark white tribal-inspired dress, sharing her soulful voice with an audience of over 10,000.

Watch Duina’s full performance:

Duina Del Mar Opens for Alejandro Sanz

 

Duina del Mar returns to her home country of Colombia to share the stage with fellow Spanish singer-songwriter, Alejandro Sanz. On April 23rd at the Coliseo El Campin in Bogota, the Colombian songstress will open the show before an audience of over 10 thousand people as part of Sanz’ Latin American tour, La Música No Se Toca. Tickets available at the box office.