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Latinos in London  on 2013-03-10

Conjunto Sabroso : Malaika #1

Ya tengo lo que queria is the new album of Conjunto Sabroso one of London's best local salsa and tropical bands led by Venezuelan percussionist Wilmer Sifontes and Colombian Singer Luz Elena Caicedo. All this years of hard work reflect the experience and quality of the musicians and now leading in just few weeks after their CD release their new single 'Malaika' became last February a Number #1 by El Solar latin chart curated by top selector Dj Chino, one of the three most important sites for Salsa DJ's as well as the most popular non-commercial radio show around the world. Conjunto Sabroso's tune 'Malaika' is just the tip of the iceberg of a great album by this amazing Latin band, confirming the amazing local musical talent we have here in London.

Congratulations again to Conjunto Sabroso to keep the traditional sound, their original music,  and the real deal of a live Salsa band from London.

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Conjunto Sabroso is a mix of traditional and organic Latin dance music with an explosive contemporary edge, Salsa, Descarga, Son Montuno, Guajira, Bolero, Cumbia and more.. CS is one of London’s most established and popular Latin bands, with a tradition for mixing all kinds of authentic and infectious Afro-Latin styles. Their performance is a percussive explosion of old school Salsa, Son, Guajira, Cha cha, Bolero and heavy Cumbia, that keeps audiences glued to the dance floor wherever they play. Led by outstanding multi-percussionist Wilmer Sifontes from Venezuela, and fronted by charismatic and captivating Colombian singer Luz Elena Caicedo, the band is a favourite with Latin dance and non-dance audiences alike, bringing together some of the most experienced musicians in the Latin circuit to produce their own distinctive and original sound.
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Check our Conjunto Sabroso CD Launch video review HERE

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