Stanley Clementina, e talentoso kompositor i kantante kurasoleño, a kolaborá ku kantante Dayo StreaNobo pa su di kuater single ‘T’asina ta Biba’ fo’i su EP nobo. E kantika ta mustra nos bunita isla dor di wowonan di un bon Yu di Kòrsou. Stanley a aserka Dayo, e popular vokalista di reggae konosí pa su kansionnan positivo, pa kolaborá riba e interpretashon inspirativo akí.
De getalenteerde componist en zanger Stanley Clementina breidt zijn muzikale horizon uit met de romantische Afro Beat genaamd ‘KULPAMI NUMA’, een samenwerking met de artiest Remses ‘MuisjeMuis’ Rafaela. Het nummer spreekt van een relatie waar de man alle schuld over zich heen krijgt over de problemen in het relatie.
E talentoso kompositor i kantante Stanley Clementina ta ekspandé su horizonte musikal ku e romántiko Afro Beat titula KULPAMI NUMA, un kolaborashon ku artista Remses ‘MuisjeMuis’ Rafaela. E interpretashon ta papia di un relashon unda e hòmber ta haña tur e kulpa durante e desenlase.
E kansion ‘Mi Ku Bo’ ta un kolaborashon entre Tamara i e kantante femenino konosí di Cabo Vèrdè, Dina Medina. E kansion ta karga un mensahe di hermandat i di union. Nos no ta tan diferente i riba varios tereno nos ta hopi similar. Dor di sa nos historia i rekonosé e lasonan eksistente, nos por ta más habrí pa traha huntu i huntu nos ta más fuerte.
WILLEMSTAD – DJ FaB, who hails from Curaçao, is a rising star in the urban scene of the Netherlands and is ready to leave his mark one performance at the time. If there is a party or festival where the Antillean community meets up, you can rest assure that DJ FaB will be there to ‘turn up’ with the most popular Afro House hits. He’s currently on Curaçao for a club tour at various popular hotpots, and the Velvet Rope caught up with him at Bikini’s, his favorite hangout, to learn more about some exciting developments. We also spoke to the popular MC Don T, who shared his views about the Curaçao and Dutch club scenes and where DJ FaB fits into it all.
WILLEMSTAD – Another rapper from Curaçao that is also dominating the Dutch and Antillean urban scene is the talented lyrist Devi Dev. The Velvet Rope sat down with the rapper to discover how he celebrates his heritage through his music. At the root of his love for Curaçao is the importance of family, a reoccurring theme in his music. We also spoke with the legendary rapper MC Oye, a pioneer in the Dutch and Antillean urban music, and the talented DJ and video clip director, Selwyn de Wind, who shared their views about the recent developments in the genre.
Lately there has been an influx of urban talent of Curaçao origin, currently enjoying immense popularity among the Dutch and Antillean youths. The modern Dutch artist is becoming a multilingual hybrid that transcends all racial and traditional boundaries by celebrating its ethnic roots with its music. The BLVCKHAZE duo is a good example. The Velvet Rope shared their music with the renowned DJ and video clip director Selwyn Wind, and discussed the recent developments in the genre and his views about the type of music that is currently being produced.