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“A voice of resilience and passionate self-invention.” – The New York Times
A key figure in Cuba’s underground rap movement, Danay Suárez went on to join the ranks of rising Latina alternative music artists carving their own musical paths. Blending traditional and contemporary rhythms with socially conscious lyrics and poetic verses, she navigates jazz, hip-hop, reggae, soul, R&B, dub-step and traditional Cuban music with ease and warmth, her sultry voice drawing comparisons to Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill. Following Jay-Z’s scathing track “Open Letter,” which picks apart Cuban-American relations, Suárez was the first Cuban musician to respond, looking past the resulting fracas to tell the story of the Cuban people through her own eyesAngel Fund Benefactor
Student tickets for this performance are made possible by an anonymous benefactor.