- David Carrascal (Guitar)
- Juan Sebastián Caicedo (Drums & Seqs )
- Lucas Torres (Bass)
- Sol Okarina Suárez (Voice & Cuatro)
- World Pop
- label:not signed
- gender:male, female
- instrumentation:pop group
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Sol Okarina is a pioneer mixing calypso, Antillean rhythms and Colombian sounds with an electronic beats. Calypso, Socca, Soukus, Cumbia, Rock sounds, and electronic beats are combined with her formidable voice accompanied by the Cuatro are the foundation of this authentic proposal.
PLANET4 her recent release was produced by Emmanuel Briceño and Mauricio Tovar.
“ The unique voice and the authentic sound. In this work, differently than in my previous works, I´ve decided to compose all the songs starting with the cuatro llanero, and even though in the album you can find diverse rhythms and genres, the connecting thread
in this work, is this instrument that couple to my voice in a organic way, naturally.”
“ My electronic calypso has a party sound and is good for dancing. Some other songs and lyrics guide you trough introspection or simply rock you like if you were on a rocking boat over the sea waves. PLANET4 also reflects my personal experience as an artist, and the spiritual connection that I found between music, vibration and consciousness. I´m committed to the cause of spreading good vibrations on the dancefloor . “
Sol Okarina has performed in diverse venues in Colombia. And important international stages like South By South West - SXSW in Austin Texas. And the Latin Alternative Music Conference- LAMC in NYC, where her showcase obtained a Jon Pareles mention (NY Times - Music Critic). SolOkarina also visited South America, performing in Montevideo and Punta del Este, Uruguay.
During this 2017, Sol Okarina will continue promoting her recent album PLANET4.
Calypso Town feat. Hellen & Mr. Baba
A hommage to Ciudad Guayana-Venezuela, Sacred land where this artist was born.
Latin and Caribbean Flavor and a particular love story make this song a hit.
Flores y Vestidos
Sol Okarina was asked by the organization Hope Sings to compose this song in order to collaborate with a beautiful initiative empowering women.
Socca, Calypso and other Antillean and Caribbean Rhythms are esencial inspiration for Sol Okarina
Dedicated to this beautiful Planet Earth.