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The record takes themes from traditional music associated with love gods such as Ochun (Afro-Cuban) and Semara (Balinese) and uses that as source material for contemporary collaborations.
"Ochun is the god that wears yellow and lives in the rivers," he says.
"Ochun is the oricha, or deity, that wears yellow and lives in the rivers," says this man.
Osunlade - "Cantos a Ochun et Oya" (Yoruba Records)
Osunlade - Cantos A Ochun Et Oya (Juan Valentine Re-Edit) (7:05)