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Duina del Mar presents “Besarte La Boquita”, The Newest Duet With Cabas

Duina del Mar presents "Besarte La Boquita", The Newest Duet With Cabas

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Duina del Mar, the revelation of this 2013 artist, launches a new song, “Besarte La Boquita” a Duet with Cabas. A fresh and danceable piece , composed and produced by both artists, and mixed in the Center penthouse at Javeriana University , where Duina and Cabas studied.

“Besarte La Boquita” is a confession – and an invitation – to that persons who may like each others, that not only are they kissed, but also to the desire of wanting to share and be at their side. Cabas accepted the call of Duina to share this fantastic performance whose result is a mixture of tones and unique styles.

Since its debut in the domestic market, Duina has continued to surprise the national and international media with “Soy Lo Que Soy”, “Muévelo Tuti” and “Todo”which were her letters that it have been released inside and outside our borders.

She has shared the stage with artists of the stature of Alejandro Sanz and Juanes, and participated in different festivals in the United States, been recognized by Billboard magazine as one of the “Must listen to” Latino performers this year, and cover of magazines “tu” and “SHOCK”.

Duina del Mar was born in Cali, Colombia. Her father, “Jahuira” is singer-songwriter and her mother, “Pankarita” a dancer,both dreamers and lovers of life. Duina grew up surrounded by art, surrounded by the songs of her father, in the midst of mountains, seas, rivers, drums and dance. From infancy it began, to sing, to listen to her father, to dance with her mother, to observe them and to develop a love for music and dance.

All that influence where she grew up, has been embodied in her musical concept, staging and style protruding imposing their fashions, their way of acting and feeling what she sings.

Listen to “Besarte La Boquita” here.




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