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Die kubanische Sängerin Dayme Arocena trägt auf ihrem zweiten, von Dexter Story produzierten Album traditionelle karibische Styles wie den "Changüi" aus Guantanamo, die allgegenwärtige kubanische Rumba namens "Guaguanco" und die "1970'er Ballada" in die Moderne. Dabei singt sie auf Spanisch, Englisch und Französisch

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Daymé Arocena – Mambo Na' Mà

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