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Baracutanga's Latest Video & Single Tackles Immigration, Hate and Racism

Award-winning New Mexico-based band Baracutanga took several months filming footage for their latest video and single "Son de la Condenada". Filmed on location in and around Albuquerque and Bosque Farms, NM and Juarez, MX, by Humano Productions, the video, which takes a stand against hate and racism, tells the story of an immigrant woman that leaves her family, belongings and country to migrate from the South to the North.

Now you can check it out - and it couldn't be more timely!

Baragutanga has from its inception been a socially-conscious, activist unit. Not surprising for a band whose exuberant beating heart, Bolivian multi-instrumentalist Kilko Paz also happens to be the son of famed Bolivian activist Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui and whose members include immigrants from Ecuador and Peru and children of immigrants. With "Son de la Condenada" Baracutanga presents a powerful and timely video on immigration, hate, racism and its consequences that is sure to resonate.

Baracutanga will perform live at National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque on February 17 with Colombian electro-cumbia collective Palenke Soultribe

View the music video below:

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