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LADAMA: The Pan-Latinx Sound Of Self-Actualization

The quartet, from four different countries and brought together through a collaboration initiative from the State Department, stitches the sounds of their homes into wholly new cloth.
The members of LADAMA Source: Kevin Bay

LADAMA's contemporary blends of Latin American musical traditions have been on our radar since the release of their extraordinary earlier this year. Now, their newest single, "Confesión,"

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