Felix Martin joins Ramon Ortiz (Puya) in a Latin Metal tribute to Puerto
Rico and famous salsa singer Hector Lavoe performing "El Cantante.”
The video was made in San Juan, Puerto Rico in Calle de la Fortaleza (near the official residence of the governor) right at the heart of Old San
“For this single, I wanted to pay tribute to Puerto Rico, Hector Lavoe and Puya. Hector Lavoe is one of most important singers in Latin Music. Puya is an amazing band from Puerto Rico that uses elements of latin music in metal, so invited their guitarist Ramon Ortiz to join us” Says Felix.
“This is also part of a series of tributes I’m doing for Latin America.
The goal is to export our culture to new audiences all over the world. I'm planning to do this for each country in Latin America and have already done so with Mexico and Venezuela" says Felix.
Felix Martin band consisted of Joan Torres on Bass (Puerto Rico) Victor
Carracedo on drums (Spain) and Moises d’Bello (Venezuela) on Mixing.
This is also the very first time Felix uses a single 8-string guitar on a
single, which he was using it before releasing his brand FM Guitars.
search: Hector Lavoe - El Cantante
released February 1, 2022
Mix and Master: Moises D'Bello
Guitar: Felix Martin
Guitar: Ramon Ortiz (Puya)
Drums: Victor Carracedo
Bass: Joan Torres
supported by 6 fans who also own “El Cantante (feat. Ramon Ortiz & Puya)”
i like the Rick Beato videos and he had shown the track electric sunrise in his video "How To Count Odd Meters". I was very impressed from this song and searched for the whole album and found it at bandcamp ;-) hpaydt