arranging the songs. Thanks to their 10-year-long professional experience, Max Baffo and Myjkool have been able to harmonize the dancers’ requirements and kizomba’s musical characteristics. Amongst the 12 songs of the compilation, there is one of them that boasts a very special guest indeed, that is Jevat Star, one of the most popular Macedonian singers. He managed to enrich and enhance the R’n’B track titled Por Que (Soske) by adding some fascinating oriental influences, and the song is sung in the original language for such a special occasion. Kizomba has become a trendy dance in Italy. Its origins are to be found in Angola but it has rapidly overcome the borders of Latin countries to become very popular both in Europe and worldwide, by adjusting to and enriching itself through the various influences and contaminations it has come across along the way.
However, there is a special quality of this musical genre that has remained intact, and that is its unbridled sensuality made of slow and sinuous movements that, by suggesting soft contacts and light interlacements that envelop dancers with pleasure, seem to emanate warmth and passion. The dancers’ mutual understanding is shown without shame and the body is the true creator and master of that magical bond.
Press Release: Laura Vinella
by I Art Comunication