New Reggaeton version of Aleluya to honor the late Leonard Cohen
Inspiring version of Hallelujah (Aleluya) in Spanish to be produced by a Grammy nominated music producer, w/Joal Maé Ft. Angel Salaza
We first began singing Hallelujah (Aleluya) in October of 2016 at the most famous church in the country of Colombia, El senor los de Basilca. We did this in front of 5000 people and it was very moving for us.
Because of the positive response we received by the people attending, including the father of the church, we've decided to record a new version of the song. Music artist Angel Salazar has added new lyrics to the song in the Reggaeton style that made the song very fresh and inspiring for the young people. We recorded this version to bring attention to our idea of making this song in honor of Leonard Cohen.
Both Joal Maé and Angel Salazar are from Buga, Colombia, and have been friends for many years. During this time, they have worked on several local projects together, but this is the biggest project we've ever attempted. "It is our dream to make music for the world." Angel Salazar. Now it is time to bring this project to Kickstarter.
A friend told us a quote from the writer Hans Christian Anderson, "Where words fail, music speaks". We're looking to our friends, family, and the Kickstarter Community to help us add our voice to the encyclopedia of musical language. Help us ignite the musical passion in others.