havana-live-Kelvis-Ochoa1The popular Cuban singer Kelvis Ochoa presented in this city his first album made in the island along with a documentary that gathers much of his life and work, which is classified in the category of world music.
Produced by the Bis Music label, the album titled Dolor con Amor se Cura (Pain is Cured with Love), includes 10 tracks that combine rhythms such as sucu-suco, bolero, son, reggaeton, and typical sounds of African music.
The documentary Yo se de un Lugar (I know of a Place), directed by Swedish filmmaker Beat Borter, will be simultaneously exhibited from March 13 to 19 in all major cinema theaters in the country.
Speaking to the press, Ochoa pointed out the presence of special guests in which what he considers his first solo album: the Nicaraguan Salsa singer Luis Enrique, and his compatriots Alexander Abreu, Aldo López-Gavilán, Yaroldi Abreu, Gaston Joya, Harold Lopez-Nussa and Rolando Luna.
This is my best work because it approaches my daily work, he stated.
During his career, he has worked with popular musicians of his country and of the world, among them the Spanish Lolita Flores and Pastora Soler; French Manu Chau; the Puerto Rican duo Calle 13; and Cubans Descemer Bueno, Haydee Milanes, Edesio Alejandro and Roberto Carcasés.