Afrosideral (aka Kumar Sublevao Beat) - Filho Do Mar (Official Music Video)

Music Television music video by Afrosideral for the song titled Filho Do Mar from album titled El Olimpo De Los Orishas. #MusicTV Afro Brazillian

This is hot. Music Television is ecsatic to present some of the finest Afro-Cuban/Afro-Brazilian music you'll find being released this month. It's too far under the radar right now, but sometimes, killer music takes a while to rise to the top as we hope this does.

The act is known as Afrosideral, also known as Kumar Sublevao Beat. The music video below is for the song titled Filho Do Mar from the album titled El Olimpo de los Orishas, which is due out on September 13, 2019.

The purveyor who led us to this fine music, Radio Gladys Palmera, stated the following about the music in Spanish: (English Translation Below)
Filho Do Mar es un viaje a través de los mares que unieron a África con tierras del nuevo mundo trayendo con sus hijos convertidos en esclavos la sabiduría, el canto, y creencias de sus ancestros a tierras como Cuba y el Brasil. Afrosideral esta vez se inspira en Yemayá.

Utilizando elementos de Capoeira e instrumentos Afro-brasileños mezclados con cantos Afrocubanos en esta canción nos conecta con su esencia más caribeña y musical. Contando con los bahianos Alan Sousa en la percusión y Jurandir Santana en la guitarra en conexión con los cubanos Martín Meléndez el CelloBass y Ariel Brínguez en el Saxo, Arema Arega en los coros, todo cocinado en sus Grooves Box para sacar ese sonido futurista y ancestral.
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Afrosideral aka Kumar Sublevao Beat - Filho Do Mar

 Preorder the Afrosideral album here: Wonderwheelrecordings.bandcamp.com/album/el-olimpo-de-los-orishas

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English translation from Spanish text above.
Filho Do Mar is a journey through the seas that united Africa with lands of the new world bringing with their children slaves the wisdom, song, and beliefs of their ancestors to lands like Cuba and Brazil. Afrosideral this time is inspired by Yemayá.

Using elements of Capoeira and Afro-Brazilian instruments mixed with Afro-Cuban songs in this song connects us with its most Caribbean and musical essence. Counting on the bays Alan Sousa on the percussion and Jurandir Santana on the guitar in connection with the Cubans Martín Meléndez el CelloBass and Ariel Brínguez on the Saxo, Arema Arega on the choirs, all cooked in their Grooves Box to get that futuristic and ancestral sound.