Yeli Yeli combinan kuduro, flamenco y electrónica en “Chavico”

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Yeli Yeli combine kuduro, flamenco and electronica in “Chavico”

Yeli Yelithe project led by the singer Alvaro Romero – known for also leading the duo RomeroMartin -, presents “Chavico”, a flamenco song that makes eyes at kuduro, the dancehall and urban electronics.

Expanding the flamenco imaginary towards areas more typical of alternative reggaeton or the aforementioned genres dancehall or kuduro, Yeli Yeli presents a new gem that serves as a preview of what will be a debut album in which Rosemary It connects the different flamenco styles with the most danceable and cosmic diasporas of Iberian dance music.

“Chavico” also has a video clip by the actress and director Veronica Morales and starring himself Alvaro Romero in the Sevillian municipality of El Real de la Jara. It is the first video clip of Yeli Yeliafter showing in recent months the previews “Corralera”, “Gurugu” and “El amor que te have a ti”, which help articulate the imaginary of the project's debut.

This debut will arrive before summer and has already been presented in prestigious venues such as the London Flamenco Festival, the Lope de Vega Theater in Seville, the Monkey Week, the Portuguese MIL, the Conde Duque Cultural Center or the Plaza de Callao itself in Madrid.

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