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Lila Downs - Balas Y Chocolate (CD, Album)

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  • Lila Downs es una cantante, compositora, productora, actriz y antropóloga de origen méxico-americano. Desde los ocho años Downs se desarrolló como artista, i.
  • Lila Downs: Trazos ‎ (CD, Album) Not On Label (Lila Downs Self-released) none: Mexico: Sell This Version: Lila Downs: Lila Downs: Balas Y Chocolate (Album) 5 versions: Sony Music, RCA: Colombia: Sell This Version: 5 versions.
  • Translation of 'Balas y chocolate' by Lila Downs (Ana Lila Downs Sánchez) from Spanish to English.
  • Ofrenda (English: Offering) is the first album by Mexican singer Lila Downs prior to her international career. It was released in the year the topics included in this album are a collection of traditional songs and Oaxaca Mexico, also contains songs written by the singer since she began her career the songs included in this material are sung in Spanish, Mixtec and Zapotec languages that.
  • Balas y Chocolate contiene 13 temas incluyendo ‘Son de los Difuntos’, ‘Patria madrina’ y ‘Mano Negra’, temas que desde el se comenzaron a promocionar en sus conciertos en vivo por diversos países, además de contará con las colaboraciones de Juan Gabriel y el colombiano Juanes, pues en palabras de Lila Downs, ella es una.
  • Find Lila Downs discography, albums and singles on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases Album Label AllMusic Rating User Ratings ; Ofrenda Balas y Chocolate: Sony Music Latin Salon, Lagrimas y Deseo: Sony Music ().
  • Mar 24,  · Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Balas y Chocolate Lila Downs World • Preview SONG TIME Humito de Copal. 1. PREVIEW Mano Negra. 2. PREVIEW Balas y Chocolate. 3. PREVIEW.
  • In Lila Downs’ most recent album Balas y Chocolate (bullets and chocolate), the other half is given a voice. Using her signature silky register and an arsenal of regional styles, Downs uses Spanish and indigenous Mixtec words to describe the history of violence toward students and journalists.

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