Milagros Guerrero and Novalima pure energy

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The Peruvian group Novalima appeared on the night of August 16 at the Union Stage in DC, the group arrived complete with all its members.

During his show, full of talent and pure energy, nobody stayed still. The attendees danced to the contagious rhythm of Afro-Peruvian based music fused with Reggae and electronic music.

how novalima is born

The group was formed in Lima, Peru, in 2001, by musicians from different countries who were looking to launch a genre that combined various styles with Afro-Peruvian music.

They did it and their success has been on the rise ever since.

She is known for her songs, such as: «Thistle», «Ticket», «Ay bembe» and "Water".

Beginnings of Novalima in Music

Novalima began what would become her career in Lima, Peru, in 2001, made up of Ramón Pérez Prieto, Grimaldo del Solar, Rafael Morales, Milagros Guerrero, Juan Medrano, Alfonso Montesinos and Constantino Álvarez.

Musical genre

Novalima fuses Afro-Peruvian music with electronics, Latin rhythms and other contemporary genres, such as: reggae, dub, salsa, hip-hop, Afrobeat and Cuban. His songs are inspired by a generation of modern music, with influences from regional Mexican music since at that time Afro-Peruvian music was somewhat unknown outside of Peru.

Trajectory and Legacy

After working for two years on some musical demos, in 2003, Novalima released his self-titled debut album. This album was made when the main members lived in different parts of the world.

Novalima's first jobs were not easy. The Internet did not have the resources to send certain files, so they had to be sent by mail on burned CDs.

In his second job, «Afro», Novalima invited several Afro-Peruvian musicians to join his recording sessions. This album positioned Novalima in the international market. It was also positioned at number one on various lists, and also won several awards.

Novalima's first concerts were in Europe, the United States and Asia.

Three years after Novalima's second album, in 2009 they continued with the release of "Coba Coba". This was followed by a version, called «Coba Coba Remixes». These works led them to make an extensive tour of the United States and Canada.

The year after the release of "Coba Coba"the song "Machete" of the disk «Afro»appeared on the soundtrack of the film "Machete".

In that course of time they announce the recordings of their fourth album «Karimba». This was released in 2012, accompanied by a version called "Karimba Diabolic Remixes".

To promote your album «Karimba», Novalima embarks on a concert tour. Then, in 2015, Novalima released the album "Planetary"which had excellent reviews.

Always with the desire and intention to innovate his public, Novalima launches his sixth album "Ch'usay" containing Andean and downtempo elements.

Due to the success achieved with the album, Novalima decided to release a remix version. "Ch'Usay Remixes" of 2019 was very successful.

After four years in record silence, Novalima continues with the premiere of the album «The Dance Pt1»being the first part of what would be several jobs.

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