Calle 13's new track pays homage to Puerto Rico's Tite Curet

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This year’s 9-time Latin Grammy winners Calle 13 delights us with a brand new track “Sorongo” — part of an 18-track compilation album Sonó Sonó…Tite Curet, a homage to late Puerto Rican renowned salsa composer, Tite Curet Alonso (1926-2003). “Sorongo” was first sung by Rafael Cortijo during the late ’60s. The Boricua duo heavyweights also participated in this track with Samy Tanco and son of Afro beat’s legend Fela Kuti, Seun Kuit.

Tite Curet is responsible for composing some of Latin America’s ’60s salsa hits of Iris Chacón, Wilkins, Cheo Feliciano, Celia Cruz, La Lupe, Willie Colón, Tito Rodríguez, Héctor Lavoe, Ray Barretto, Tony Croatto, Rubén Blades, Tito Puente, Ismael Miranda, Roberto Roena, Bobby Valentín and many others.

Other participant of this tribute compilation are: Danny Rivera, Plenazo Callejero, Rubén Blades, Andy Montañez, Cheo Feliciano, Jerry Medina with Roberto Roena and his band, Apollo Sound, La PVC together with Fe Cortijo and Ismaelito Rivera, Tego Calderón, Yuba Iré, Trina Medina, Orquesta la 33, Cultura Profética, Michael Stuart, Luis Daniel Colón together with Midalis Torres and Ricardo Sierra, Viento de Agua, Lalo Rodríguez with Truco and Zaperoko.

Watch the video of the making of the compilation, click HERE. And to purchase DVD, CD &/or MP3, click HERE.

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