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DESCEMER BUENO (Official After Party)

DESCEMER BUENO (Official After Party)


This is the OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY for #DescemerBueno Concert in Miami.In 2005 Bueno recorded his first solo album Siete Rayo, a hip-hop fusion album, after signing with Universal Latin. His album featured George Pajon of the Black Eyed Peas. The Batanga magazine wrote then about Bueno, "The underground voice of AfroCuban fusion, Descemer Bueno, is now setting the pace for the future of Latin Music."
Bueno's second solo album, Bueno, appeared in 2012, featuring duet performances of Bueno's compositions with an array of contemporary Cuban musical stars, including Kelvis Ochoa, Gema Corredera, Haila, X Alfonso, Baby Lores, and Alain Daniel. Bueno has produced albums for rising Cuban stars, including Diana Fuentes and Haydee Milanes.
Bueno has worked with Enrique Iglesias on the latter's albums Euphoria and Sex and Love. He gave Enrique his song "Bailando" which appeared on Iglesias' album, Sex and Love. The song became an international hit by Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona, and in some versions Sean Paul, or others. "Bailando" was awarded multiple Latin Grammies in 2014, including "Song of the Year." Bueno also composed the song, "Cuando Me Enamoro," which became a major international hit by Juan Luis Guerra and Iglesias.
Bueno is currently working on a new double album, and has appeared in 2016 as a guest artist on the new album, Habana Dreams, by the master New York-based Afro-Cuban percussionist, Pedrito Martinez, where he performs on the song, "Dios Mio," written with Martinez. Bueno also appears on the new album, Quiero Guarachar, by the Miami-based Afro-Cuban Funk group, PALO!, as a vocalist and co-composer of the song "Agua Pa' Los Santos," which also features Pedrito Martinez and master Afro-Cuban percussionist, Roman Diaz, as guest artists. Bueno is also featured in the PBS documentary, Ivy League Rumba, about the 2015 Brown University Latin Jazz and Pop Festival, directed by Miami-Based team, Joe Cardona and Ralf Gonzalez, and to be distributed nationally by American Public Television, the distribution arm of PBS.



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