Tuesday May 26, 2020



8th February, 2015

Music is in Ibeyi’s blood. Their father Anga Díaz was a well-known Cuban musician who played percussion with acts like the Buena Vista Social Club and Afro-Cuban All Stars. When he died in 2006 at the age of 45, his twin daughters were just 11 – but Lisa-Kainde and Naomi could think of no better tribute to their father than to learn his instrument (the cajón, a box-like drum) and release their own music to...

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