Cultura Dura is a Remezcla and Mike’s HARDER content and event series highlighting emerging Latin urban culture. We’ll be exploring scenes that haven’t really gotten any coverage anywhere else – from block parties and street art to underground sports and raw, young artists making movements pa’ la calle.
The duo known as Domino Saints, aka David Leal and Giselle Ojeda, have dropped a fresh single showcasing their bilingual urban, electro-pop sound. The Miami-based, San Juan-rooted artists are part of the lineage of acts evolving the electro-merengue aesthetic, alongside more established names like Omega and Fuego.
The pair have also worked with producer Jay Bass of the foul-mouthed rap group Füete Billēte, who make a stop in Miami on the Cultura Dura this Thurday, August 12th at The Garret at Grand Central, alongside Álvaro Díaz, Nina Sky (DJ set), Milkman with El Dusty of Peligrosa, and Happy Colors.
Check out Domino Saints’ single, “Tesoro,” released today on Universal Music Latino.