A list of songs compiled from En el corazón de la Copa, 2014. Includes songs that the players sang along to (not any of the chants though) and ones they played while they celebrated. I wasn’t able to get them all because it was hard to hear at some parts. Enjoy!
J Alvarez - No Me Hagas Esperar [min. 30:23] Kid Ink - Show Me (Remix) [min. 31:01] Ashanti - I Got It [min. 31:23] Andy Rivera - Si Me Necesitas [min. 33:09] Ñengo Flow - Adicta [min. 33:33]
Bus to Airport
Omega - Si Tu Te Vas/Que Tengo Que Hacer [min. 35:57] Pitbull - I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) [min. 36:14]
D`Banj - Oliver Twist (Remix) [min. 39:28] Jose de Rico - Rayos de Sol [min. 40:55]
Zion - More [min. 43:05] Omega - Merengue Electronico [min. 43:46] Daddy Yankee - La Noche de los Dos [min. 44:07] Real Madrid - Campeones [min. 45:45] Real Madrid - Hala Madrid [min. 47: 12]
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Our buddy in Dubrovnik also sends us this in addition:
Our friend, photographer Nikša Duper of CROPIX, snapped this a while ago, prior to a costumed cast procession descending toward the Banje beach, in the vicinity of the Dubrovnik Excelsior Hotel… Looks interesting, indeed, as the crew has obviously exited the Old City nucleus for the sake of today’s shooting!
And for the end, an intriguing speculation that popped up as a tidbit among us, Croato-Americans affiliated with the assistant Dubrovnik film crew, but allegedly circulating online for a while as well: as Episode VIII should start immediately subsequent to Episode VII’s Skellig Michael encounter and shortly following Han Solo’s demise. Could a rumored Lando Calrissian’s appearance signify that the Dubrovnik scenery actually represents Solo’s home world of Corelia?!
We’ll definitely have to wait a bit and see whether our predictions prove true…
Regards from Croatia!
It appears the outside stuff is there to hide the costumes. But you can see on the inside there are actual black costumes and it looks like one of them might have a monocle type accessory. Interesting stuff!
You can learn a lot about a person from the type of music they listen to. Hit shuffle on your Ipod, phone, iTunes or however you listen to your music and write down the first 10 songs that come up. Tag 10 people you want to do it too! One rule: No skipping!
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“19 recording artists. 11 countries. 10 languages. ONE message to African Leaders”
African Artistes all over the continent came together to create a song that will help raise awareness and boost investments in agriculture.
They joined forces with ONE, a campaigning and advocacy organization of more than 3.5 million people taking action to end extreme poverty and preventable disease, particularly in Africa.
“These brilliant artists are role models who connect with African youths. Their voices, in support of African agriculture, are sending a powerful message to the young generation: it’s time for African leaders to scale up public investments in agriculture and ensure policy interventions are targeted to benefit smallholder farmers who provide 80% of the food we eat on the continent” said Dr. Sipho S. Moyo, ONE.org Africa Executive Director.
The participating artists are: A.Y. (Tanzania), Bufallo Souljah (Zimbabwe), Dama Do Bling (Mozambique), D’Banj (Nigeria), Diamond (Tanzania), Dontom (Nigeria), Fally Ipupa (DRC), Femi Kuti (Nigeria), Judith Sephuma (South Africa), Juliani (Kenya), Kunle Ayo (Nigeria), Vusi Nova (South Africa), Liz Ogumbo (Kenya), Nancy G (Swaziland), Omawumi (Nigeria), Rachid Taha (Algeria), Tiken Jah Fakoly (Cote d'Ivoire), Victoria Kimani (Kenya) and Wax Dey (Cameroon).
The MMG rapper Wale Folarin went through the ocean to go back to his African roots. Indeed, Wale went to Western Africa, in Nigeria. This is the first time that Wale visits his homeland.
Nigerian people seem to be so proud of Wale for succeeding and representing the country so well all around the world. Because, yes, Wale is famous out there too, and just in case you didn’t know, things are really poppin’ in Africa, especially in Lagos, Nigeria. I guess you heard about Nollywood, the Nigerian Hollywood or about some of their artists such as D'Banj, who is a G.O.O.D. Music artist, P.Square, who are signed on Konvict Music and many other I really like as Iyanya, Davido or WizKid. By the way, I had made you discover Wale’s duet with WizKid, “Drop” last year. Remember? If not, check it out here.
To be back with Wale, I think it’s great that Afro-American people who have a special history due to deportation and slavery, still be able to know their African country of origin. Africa is such a huge and beautiful continent, and being able to discover its countries brings you so much knowledge and culture. I am very proud of my African roots so you ought to be ;)
I’m impatient to see Wale’s journey in Nigeria. Therefore, we have to stay tuned on Revolt TV and they will be the ones to broadcast the documentary called “I am from (Wa Lati” on January 20!