The vocalist that put the indie & pop scene upside down as the frontwoman of Ojos de Brujo, meets one of the most prominent, in-demand flamenco guitarist of recent times (Enrique Morente, Miguel Poveda, José Mercé, Chano Domínguez, El Cigala, Jorge Pardo). Marinah & Chicuelo set their landmark by taking this irreverent adventure into a collaborative album. Creativity breaks loose.

Hand by hand, they cross the borders between genres, they dress up tradition with new colors and life. With Rumba as their meeting point for improvisation, they celebrate; Miles Davis, John Coltrane, García Lorca or the popular habanera Mi madre fue una mulata, are only a few of the guests of honor attending their party.

Carlos Sarduy (Chucho Valdés), in trumpet, keyboards and congas, Javi Martín (Ojos de Brujo) on bass and David Domínguez on percussion, invite us to enjoy, to let ourselves go with them and misbehave.