Bajo El Mismo Cielo
01 – Una Copa Llena
02 – Ave Maria
03 – Mentira (feat. Manteiga from Batuk)
04 – No Da Para Na
05 – Olvidate
06 – Bajo el Mismo Cielo (feat. Sergio Aguilera)
07 – No Puedo Loco (feat. Nelson Palacios)
08 – Dos Caras (feat. Celso Piña & Serko Fu)
09 – El Sumo Sacerdote (feat. Ricon Sapiênca)
10 – Fana
Yaite Ramos Rodriguez knew she was destined to be in the spotlight. She also knew, however, that she would have to reinvent herself before she could ever step foot onto the stage. Thus, La Dame Blanche was born.
“It is the result of my frustrations, of my unfulfilled adventures,” says Blanche who grew up in Cuba. Her father is Jesus “Aguaje” Ramos, trombonist extraordinaire and the artistic director of the Buena Vista Social Club. Family gatherings weren’t complete without her cousins singing along to latin jazz and classic boleros. “I was not as naturally talented as they were!” she admits. “I had to accomplish myself in a different way.”
Instead, she studied and mastered the classical flute before leaving Cuba behind for Paris. The French capital gave her the opportunity to grow as a singer, musician, and a person as she sang with all-girl salsa group Rumbana, performed with the Grand Orchestre du Splendid, sang backup vocals for Sergent Garcia, and accompanied El Hijo de la Cumbia as their live singer.
La Dame Blanche was born within that melting pot of rumba, salsa, reggae, dancehall, hip-hop, and classical music. She’s fermented it into a unique cultural brew all her own, which she’s shared with audiences worldwide including at LAMC, SXSW, and globalFEST.
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