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[Spanish Hip Hop] Ana Tijoux’s New Music Video “Todo Lo Sólido Se Desvanece En El Aire” Hits The Net
November 12, 2014  //  By:   //  Music, Spanish Hip Hop  //  No Comment   //   1166 Views

 

Before a blink of an eye the Chilean emcee Ana Tijoux is back with brand new promotional single and music video. In “Todo Lo Solido Se Desvanece En El Aire” Ana continues to express her political point of views; which if you have not heard her album “Vengo” is the over all theme of the album. i’ve been following the Spanish Hip Hop scene since for about 25 years now. I think it was back in 1989 when I started up my collection with Mellow Man Ace and Wilfred Y La Ganga, to Tiro de Gracia, Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop, Control Machete and all the way up to the current roster of Latin American underground stars such as Mala Rogirguez, Eptos Uno, Caballeros del Plan G, Meztiza MC, Banda Baston, Rapper School, etc. So after of 25 years of following Spanish rap, I can honestly say that Ana Tijoux’s “Vengo” is one of the most well rounded albums of the genre. Her new is music video is an awesome animated story that visually inspires every bit as much as the song. The musical production of the song is on point, jazzy and powerful at the same time. Ana’s vocal application is quiet enjoyable. Her raps are short, smart and melodic. Like most so called “Revolutionary” rappers, Ana asks the question, how would the world be without Capitalism? Yet like most revolutionary rappers, Ana offers no solution or better option at all. In fact, both the song’s lyrics and the music video suggest that without Capitalism we also wouldn’t have police, which actually a pretty stupid analysis. Not only are Socialist and Communist countries also policed, but perhaps even more so than the Capitalist ones. So the question remains, what do I think of the video? I absolutely love it. Do I agree with everything Ana Tijoux says in her music? Hell no, but I most definitely enjoy that her art and passion.   Connect with Anita Tijoux on FACEBOOK and TWITTER  

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Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area and currently live in Simi Valley, CA. I've worked as on air talent in both English & Spanish radio, as well as formed part of Latin Marketing for major record labels. In recent years I have lead development artist campaigns.

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